Cambridge International Examinations, the world’s largest provider of international programs and qualifications for school education between the ages of 5 and 19, announced today thatthree students from Juanita High School in Kirkland, Washington, are recipients of the prestigious Cambridge Outstanding Learner Awards. Two students received the Top Scores in the World award on a Cambridge Advanced Subsidiary (AS) examination, while another student was recognized as having the Top Score in the USA in his respective category. The students and teachers were awarded at a surprise gathering at the beginning of the school day last week.
The Juanita High School students honored:
· Hayden Anderson, 16, 11th grade, AS Global Perspectives, Top in the World
· Maxine Beeman, 16, 11th grade, AS Level Mathematics, Top in the World
· Jason Carroll, 17, 11th grade, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Physics, Top in the USA
Students passing a set of these examinations can quality for the Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE). About 1.5 million students in more than 160 countries take AICE exams each year, according to Cambridge International Examinations, which administers the exams for AICE Programs. Seven students in the U.S. earned Top in the World Awards for their scores.