Our Class of 2020 is celebrating 61% A*/A grades and entries to top global universities.
Despite the unique challenges that came with 2020, our first Sixth Form cohort achieved world-class results.
We are still celebrating the brilliant and well-deserved A-Level results from our first-ever Sixth Form cohort. Not only did they rise to the challenges of an extraordinary chapter in history, but they did it as the trailblazers for RST’s Sixth Form. The fact that 78% achieved A*/B, and between them they had a 100% pass rate, is a true testament to this bright and resilient group of pupils.
Developing values for life, such as determination and resilience, is one of the core parts of an education here at Rugby School Thailand; to see these traits in action has made the Senior School staff incredibly proud.
Our Head Boy, Sung Eun, has been awarded a full scholarship to study Economics at London School of Economics (ranked 6th in the world for the subject) with 4 ½ A* grades. Meanwhile, Minji’s 2A*s & 2As afforded her the opportunity to choose studying Business Economics at Bangkok’s Mahidol University over accepting her offer from University College London. These are just two of the many examples of our wonderful students shining as they graduate from RST.
Excellent achievements from the class of 2020
Student Pass Rate
straight a* Grades achieved
achieved A*/a Grades
achieved A*/B Grades
A Bespoke Journey For All
A university place is not an outcome, but a step on the journey. Whilst we are extremely proud of the excellent offers our students have received – and the places they will be securing – we want more for them. We want our students to be ready to make the most of university life when they arrive. We focus on career outcomes, of which university is a part. We place importance on developing character, producing rounded and confident individuals who are able to persevere through challenges. The rigorous academic side of life here is balanced with a variety of activities, from sport to house competitions and charity fundraising, to mention a very few. At Rugby School Thailand, the whole person really is the whole point.
"‘University is part of the journey not the destination."