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2021 Results
Amid a turbulent year that included lockdowns and on-line learning, student achievement in the rigorous Cambridge Assessment exams has been exceptional. These results reflect the dedication of our teachers, effective remote teaching programmes and the commitment of students. We celebrate your successes and give thanks to our Lord and Saviour.  

Year 11 students scored exceptional results in their IGCSE exams.  Five of our twelve students achieved A grades across the board for all their subjects.  Congratulations are due to Riana Brown, Haoming Chen, Preston Gillett, Ruth Madoka and Sanya Uppal.  An outstanding achievement. 
Excellent results were achieved in Mathematics at IGCSE level with every student scoring an A or A+ grade.  Of these A grades, 83% of students scored an A+ result.  Congratulations to our Year 11 students!

AS and A2 level exams are pathways for entrance to university.

AS and A2 exam results for Year 12 and 13 students are also pleasing.   Tanaka Manhondo in Year 13 achieved A's in all her Cambridge exams and was also recently  awarded a Vice-Chancellor's scholarship from the University of Otago to the value of $10,000.  Tanaka is one of our International Students who has been enrolled at MCS for the past five years.  Tanaka is planning on studying for a Bachelor of Health Sciences, specialising in Biomedical Science.  Well done Tanaka.  May our Lord be with you and guide you in all you do. 

Students who received A-grades at AS level (Year 12) are Kanak Ahuja, Stephanie Simons, Kenneth Pan, Chetna Singh and Samantha Whyte.  Well done.  


2020 Results
Congratulations are due to all our high school students who passed all their Cambridge exams - no small achievement!

Haoming Chen gained the highest mark in New Zealand for IGCSE Economics.  Congratulations Haoming - this is a wonderful achievement.

Student Leader, Tiaria Wilson, scored an A grade in every subject in AS and A level exams. 

IGCSE results were extremely good across all subjects, and phenomenally pleasing in Maths, with all students achieving either an A or B.  

Students in Year 6 sat Checkpoint Exams in October 2020.  We are delighted to celebrate and recognise their achievements. 

Results are graded on a scale of 0 to 6.  
6.0 is the highest possible score and shows the highest level of ability. 
Students achieving more than 5.0 have an excellent understanding of the curriculum content. 
Students achieving between 3.0 and 4.0 have a sound understanding of most of the curriculum content.   

Year 6 students' results are as follows:
The overall result for English is a score of  5.1
The overall result for Math is a score of 5.0
The overall result for Science is a score of 4.9. 

English and Math are in the Excellent Range and Science is in the Very Good range.  A noteworthy mention is the outstanding achievement of ten students who scored a perfect 6.0 - the highest possible overall score in one or more subjects.  Two students achieved 6.0 in all three subjects!  

The ever-growing roll and waiting list makes for exciting and challenging times.  We love the passion our teachers show, the enthusiasm our students have for learning and the commitment of our parents.

Our junior students have enjoyed so many exciting activities  - as you can see from their happy faces!   Activities included our own Olympic Games afternoon, a trip to Ambury Park Farm, a trip to the Botanic Gardens, and visits by the Police and a Trustboard member who showed us his little chicks.  Senior students learnt CPR and how to deal with an emergency situation. 

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Students who scored a perfect 6.0 in Maths

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Students who scored a perfect 6.0 in Science

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Students who scored a perfect 6.0 in English


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Tanaka Manhondo achieved A-grade results in all subjects and is a recipient of a Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship from the University of Otago.


Students who achieved A-grades in 2021 AS exams:
Kanak Ahuja, Kenneth Pan, Stephanie Simons, Chetna Singh and Samantha Whyte.


Students who achieved A-grades in all four subjects for IGCSE exams:  Riana Brown, Haoming Chen, Preston Gillett, Ruth Madoka and Sanya Uppal. 


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Above:  Haoming Chen - Top in New Zealand in
IGCSE Economics

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Above: Tiaria Wilson - straight A's in all
AS and A level subjects. 

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   Above: Milika Latu and Mason Faletanoai scored
a perfect 6.0 in all three subjects for Cambridge
Checkpoint Exams




Botanic Gardens Trip
Year 3 Cross Country
Senior Cross Country
Ambury Park Farm
Chicks in the classroom
Olympic Games
Visit from NZ Police

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