Wimbledon student from King's College School achieves 14 A* GCSEs

Top pupil: Kai Konishi-Dukes opens his stellar results

Top pupil: Kai Konishi-Dukes opens his stellar results

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A star pupil at an independent day school in Wimbledon has achieved a record number of A*s in his GCSEs.

Kai Konishi-Dukes, a pupil at King's College School achieved 15 A* grades.

He also got an A, the top grade possible, in his Additional Maths exam.

A King's College School spokeswoman said: "Kai takes a full part in life beyond the classroom: he is a member of the Royal College of Music, he has grade 8 in his cello and is taking grade 8 in the bassoon.

"He is a major scholar at the school and is hoping to read Music at Cambridge after taking his A levels at King’s."

Nearly all the boys at the school achieved A or A* grades in their GCSEs today.

GCSE results day: Nearly all boys at King's College in Wimbledon achieve top grades in exams.

Several others achieved 12 or 13 A*s but only Kai got 14 A*s. 

Wimbledon Guardian:

High-flyers: King's College School boys celebrating top results this morning. 

 

 

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