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The past two years have been very challenging for all pupils due to the COVID pandemic, and the Year 13 pupils at Haileybury Almaty have shown tremendous resilience and strong spirit with their A-Level studies under these very difficult and unusual circumstances.
Despite these huge challenges we are delighted to see that in 2022 the Y13 leavers produced very strong A-Level examination results and achieved their university entrance goals. This is a tremendous achievement and one that the school is truly proud of. Thanks go to all of the academic staff who worked with these pupils to achieve these very fine academic results.
As a year group this was the biggest cohort of A-Level pupils to date, with the largest number of entries, and this makes the high number of top grades very positive indeed.
Our leavers will be studying a very wide and ambitious set of courses and are set for the next stage in their academic journeys and future working lives. We are very proud of each and every one of our Y13 Leavers who have produced a very fine set of individual performances and who have very bright futures ahead of them.
We are delighted to see our former pupils going on to study undergraduate courses in many of the global top flight universities across the world. They include pupils who will study at Yale, Columbia and North-Western Universities in America. In the UK pupils will go to study at world renowned courses at the University of Cambridge, LSE, King’s College, UCL, St Andrew’s and many other excellent universities. Across Europe pupils will go on to study at Bocconi in Italy and Groningen, Saixon, Leiden and Vrijge in the Netherlands. We are very proud of those pupils who have won full Scholarships to study abroad including Yale (USA), University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada, HKUST in Hong Kong and INHA in South Korea. Altogether $3.5 million of scholarship funds have been won by students leaving for their courses this year.