The Cambridge results for 2019 were released in January this year.
(a) FORM TWO CHECKPOINT
More than 85% of our students have a sound understanding of the curriculum content in Mathematics, Science and English according to the report we received. The following students achieved scores that showed that they have an excellent understanding of the curriculum content:
- Tinotenda Makunde
- Kelly Kaserera
- Timukudze Chizema and
- Kishan Nagar
While the following’s scores showed that their understanding of curriculum content is very good:
- Wayne Gombera
- Tadiwanashe Chinamatira
- Takura Chagonda
- Kaitano Tembo
- Bernice Maredza
- Kudzwaishe Mhishi and
- Kimberley Magwaza
(b) IGCSE / ‘O’ LEVEL
We achieved a 79.4% pass rate which was lower than our 85.5% pass rate attained in 2018. This is because the groups differ at the Form One intake level. The following students did very well:
- Kelsey Tombs 11As (8 being A*s) Excellent Work!!!
- Sabihah Esat 11As (8 being A*s) Excellent Work!!!
- Bridget Dube 8As (1A*) 2Bs
- Joshua Morris 7As (1A*) 1B 1C
- Anita Mafasitera 7As (1A*) 2Bs 1C
( c) ADVANCED LEVEL
It was very pleasing to note that we achieved a 100% pass rate for the fourth consecutive year. 44.2% of the candidates scored ten or more points. The best candidate was Blessing Muningwi who scored 20 points (A* Biology, A* Chemistry, A Physics and A Mathematics) The following also achieved excellent scores:
- Thamsanqa Sigodo 15 Points (A Mathematics, A Physics and A Chemistry)
- Tyla Tombs 15 Points (A Geography, A History and A Literature in English)
Congratulations for the outstanding performance!!!