Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Legae comes up tops – again

Legae Academy came up tops again in the 2006 Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education A-level exams that were released last week, scoring an overall pass rate of 99.9 percent in all subjects with a credit rate of 87.8 percent.

The Academy’s best student for 2006 was Funmilayo Ojedokun who obtained 8 “A*” grades. Other top ten students are: Musopelo Mwanda, Oaitse Kgomotso, Kesego Loeto, Vinay Shekhar, Aylin Oommen, Odirile Siel, Loroto Mokone, Dhaval Kumar, Neo Sekgoma, Mabedi Modiko (all obtained 8 ‘A*’s / ‘A’s).

“The just released University of Cambridge International Advanced (A’ Level) Examinations show that Legae Academy will continue to extend its national dominance at the Secondary level with ‘A’ Level as it has done with both its IGCSE and HIGCSE programmes. Remarkable credit percentages were recorded in Literature in English (100%), Accounting (75%), Geography (75%), Language and Literature (71.4%), Chemistry (67%) and Mathematics (65%). 100 percent pass was achieved in seven subjects out of ten subjects offered,” stated a press statement from the school.
The school congratulated the pioneer group on its excellent results. The top A-Level performers are:
1.Choolun Mohammed Irshad: Maths A, Physics A, Chemistry A and Biology A.
2.Jahoor Mohammad Shahil: Maths A, Physics A, Accounting A and Bus. Studies A.

“Legae Academy is constantly renewing its commitment and efforts in all areas of academic endeavour, teaching, learning and community service. The students that enter this environment face high prospects, but receive the highest rewards at the end of their course.

Legae Academy is undeniably a leading institution with a distinctive academic program, outstanding students, staff and a tradition of innovative and rigorous multidisciplinary study,” said the press statement.

Academy Principal, Easo Oommen, said, “The results are especially pleasing given his school’s longstanding policy of mixed ability recruitment on a first come first served basis.”


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