From left, Bhumikorn (Bhu) Kongtaveelert , Petra Pongsudhirak  and Tanai (Prompt) Chotanaphuti



2019 (I)GCSE

  • 70% A*/A (vs 21% UK average)
  • 98%  A*-C grades
  • 1 in 3 students score 7+ A*/A grades


  • 65% A*/A (vs 26% UK average)
  • % A* grades 4½ x  UK average
  • Over 1 in 3 students score straight A*/A
  • 92% percentile worldwide for grade added value

This year’s examination results once again underline Shrewsbury’s reputation as one of the most successful schools in Asia, recognised not only for its unparalleled academic achievements, but also for excellence in sport, the creative and performing arts, and the wide variety of co-curricular opportunities that are offered and enjoyed by students in parallel to their studies.

At (I)GCSE 70% of the 1167 exams taken by Shrewsbury students earned the top A*/A grades (vs 21% in the UK), with 1 in 3 students securing 7 or more A* grades, and 98% exams scoring A*-C grade. Of the 361 A level exams taken by Shrewsbury students, 65% scored the top A*/A grades, whilst the proportion of A* grades is 4½ times higher than the UK average.  Over 1 in 3 students scored straight A*/A grades.

Results across the entire ability range are strong, ranking Shrewsbury within the top 8% of schools globally in terms of the progress that students make during their A level years, when comparing their final grades against the predictions generated by standardized tests that are used by schools around the world.

These results see Shrewsbury’s Class of 2019 take up places in 59 different universities around the world; nearly half of them to world top 100 universities, and 16 to world top 10 universities, including Stanford, Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge, where 5 Shrewsbury graduates will enroll this year.

We are now accepting applications for the Senior School starting August 2020, limited places available.
Please contact Ms Ilka Hodapp for a school tour by calling on 02 675 1888 ext. 1110 or email to admissions(@) To read more click HERE.

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