Recently, Year 12 students of 2017 from the Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) completed their Higher School Certificate (HSC) examinations leading to impressive tertiary entrance ranks.
Eight students achieved an ATAR score above 90s while AISM’s success rate is also well above the average score for schools in New South Wales (NSW)* . Eight students were also listed in the Distinguished Achievers List in a range of subjects - Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences/ Sciences/ Foreign Languages, Mathematics and English Extension subjects.
Another pleasing aspect to these results is that they were achieved across the range of subjects- Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences/ Sciences/ Foreign Languages, Mathematics and English Extension subjects. The HSC is offered by AISM as a pre-university matriculation course for its students. Students in Australia and all around the world who sit for the HSC are also awarded an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) score which is an international qualification that is used for entrance into top universities all around the world.
AISM students benefit from seamless transitions into education pathways into Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, United States, Japan, Korea and Malaysia. The qualification emphasises on holistic education and helps students equip themselves with a wide range of life skills in addition to an excellent academic foundation necessary for their future.
*The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 December 2017