Students at the Colegio Hispano Británico in Puerto del Carmen have smashed previous records once again in the annual GCSE results.
Anny Weng and Lara Matuk were among this year’s star pupils, both girls sat 17 GCSEs, and have passed them all with flying colours. Anny received an A* grade in 15 of her assignments, while Lara also earned grades ranging from A* to C.
The Colegio Hispano Británico was founded in 1976. It is the only accredited overseas British curriculum school (BSO) on Lanzarote. It is a recognised centre for the Univeristy of Cambridge (CAIE), Pearson examinations and Trinity examinations. It is a UCAS centre for university entrance, an examinations centre for the Open University and the Goethe Institute. Since 2014 the school has been authorised by the British Government as a Centre for the instruction of teachers in their postgraduate year. In 2020, authorisation was obtained to offer BTEC qualifications up to 2nd year university level. The school is quality assured by Ofsted (British DfE number: 141421).
For more information call: 928 173 066 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For regular updates, pictures and videos of Lanzarote be sure to like and follow our Facebook page “Gazette Life Lanzarote”.