" This brilliant performance is a testimony to our students' aspirations and steadfast commitment to achieve the highest standards of excellence, she said."
Mumbai, Aug 12 - Students of Dhirubhai Ambani International School have outperformed their global peers pursuing International General Certificate of Secondary Education, the institution said Tuesday.

As many as 87.5 percent of all grades achieved by the 65 students of this school appearing for the exams received A's, as against a world average of 30.3 percent last year, the school said in a statement.

Eight students received A's in all 10 subjects they appeared for.

Nita M. Ambani, founder and chair of the institution, said it was for the ninth year in a row that IGCSE students of the school came out with flying colours.

This brilliant performance is a testimony to our students' aspirations and steadfast commitment to achieve the highest standards of excellence, she said.

It reinforces our unique position among the top IGCSE schools worldwide.


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