Breaking News – ICAS Singapore Awardees for 2016

Stamford School proudly congratulates our excellent ICAS Singapore awardees for 2016.

  • Dylan Frederick Pingkardi (Secondary 4): three Distinctions (English, Mathematics and Science)
  • Dustin Federer Pingkardi (Primary 6): one Distinction (English) and two Credits (Mathematics and Science)
  • Shrinandhan Prabu (Secondary 4): one High Distinction (Mathematics) and one Distinction (Science)
  • Azalea Dewi Calista Egerton (Primary 5): one Distinction (Writing), one Credit (English) and one Merit (Mathematics)
  • Athaa Asyfahani Nurhermandhiya (Secondary 4): three Credits (English, Mathematics and Digital Technologies) and one Merit (Science)
  • Kyle Gaius Jonsson (Secondary 4): one Distinction (Mathematics), one Credit (Science) and one Merit (English)
  • Richard Antonius Bryan Hoo (Primary 5): three Credits (Mathematics, Science and Digital Technologies)
  • Ishayu Narendra Jade (Secondary 3): three Credits (Mathematics, Science and Digital Technologies)
  • Christopher Nathan Mulyadi (Primary 3): two Credits (English and Digital Technologies)
  • Marvelin Callista Bryan Hoo (Primary 3): two Credits (English and Digital Writing)
  • Sanandha Prabu (Primary 5): one Credit (Mathematics)
  • Alethea Viane Prianka Widiarto (Secondary 1): one Credit (Mathematics)
  • Bryant Tan Wei Bin (Secondary 1): one Credit (Science)
  • Morenzo Rafael Minar Widjaja (Secondary 1): one Credit (Science)
  • Neil D’Souza (Primary 5): one Merit (Mathematics)
  • Shekilla Zakee Raghid Martiza (Primary 5): one Merit (Mathematics)
  • Cathylne Arcelia Chahyadi (Primary 6): one Merit (Mathematics)
  • Justin William (Secondary 1): one Merit (Digital Technologies)

Unlike all other schools in Bandung, and almost all other schools in Indonesia, Stamford joins ICAS Singapore rather than ICAS Indonesia. This means that:

  • Stamfordians sit the ICAS test TWO YEARS AHEAD of the test taken by others of the same age in Indonesia.
  • Stamfordians’ performance in ICAS is compared to Singaporean students taking the same test, NOT to other Indonesian students.

The Singaporean education system is considered among the world’s best. For example, Singapore was ranked top in the world for maths and science by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in 2015. Indonesia was ranked 69th. 

These Stamfordians’ awards, therefore reflect their excellent performance on an international level. The meaning of the awards, relative to all students in Singapore who took the same test, is outlined below:

  • High Distinction: top 1%
  • Distinction: top 11%
  • Credit: top 36%
  • Merit: top 46%

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