Cambridge Examinations Results 2017-18

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Cambridge Examinations Results 2017-18

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, the most famous tale from the Arabian Nights, was brought alive by around 300 students at the year end grand musical show.

For the first time, the performance had two main casts performing live across two days, on the 26th and 27th of March.

The opulent set and the exceptionally talented cast of the play, whisked the audience back to the age old souks of Persia.

The show was the culmination of three months of planning and preparation by the teachers and students of the school. The humorous musical show had everyone in splits with its modern twists and one liners. With awe inspiring live music by the extraordinary school choir and graceful dance numbers as well as splendid theatrical performances,the extravaganza mesmerized everyone. Antony Mathew, a student of the school amazed everyone with his piano recital. Mrs. Deepa B

Students of GPS-International have done us proud with their outstanding performance in the IGCSE (Grade X) and A level (Grade XII) examinations conducted by the Cambridge examination series in March 2018.

100% pass – IGCSE
100% pass -A levels
100 % secured A grade in French. (IGCSE)
27 % secured ICE certificate

Other Highlights:
Faheem Mohammed 5A3A Nikhil Jose 5A3A
Nivedita Rajeev 6A1A Anagha Varma 5A2A
Kashyap Sanjeeve 4A2A Neha Vishwanath 3A4A
Nikitha Antony 3A4A Nidhi Subash 2A5A
Arjun Varma 1A*4A.

A Levels:
Bharat Manikkath 3A*1A
Devika Dinesh 3A

rijit John, Enrichment Supervisor, who directed the play, said that the event was conceived and executed wholly by the students and teachers of the school. The proceeds of the tickets will be utilized for philanthropic purposes.