ICSE & ISC results: Outstanding performance by CMS, SFC & Christ Church students in Lucknow

City Montessori School, St. Francis's College and Christ Church College have set new records.

Lucknow city schools namely City Montessori School, St. Francis's College and Christ Church College show an increase in the overall pass percentage in the Council exams for the academic year of 2019-2020. However, this bettered performance did not receive its due recognition as the council did not declare the toppers list this year. The schools have thus, taken it upon themselves to celebrate and laud the achievements and hard work of their students!

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Though City Montessori School organises a 'Victory Meet' in the school campus every year for all its students scoring over 90%, the norms of social distancing did not permit the authorities to conduct one this year. This however did not stop the administration from congratulating their achievers and various video calls between teachers, students and Principles were conducted as soon as the results were declared. The school official website published a newsletter stating this year's performance have surpassed their own previous records. This year, 25 CMS students have secured marks between 99 and 99.75% in ISC and ICSE Board Examinations. A total of 2805 CMS students took the ISC Board Examination, out of which 52.26% secured between 90% to 99.75% marks and 528 students secured 95% and more marks. Similarly, a total of 3478 CMS students took the ICSE Board Examination this year, out of which, 55.29% secured between 90% to 99.40% marks. Astha the school topper scored 99.4% in ICSE while ISC topper from CMS is Sumit Kumar Tripathi who received an outstanding 99.75%.

City Montessori School, Lucknow

St Francis and Christ Church College too have digital banners congratulating the student toppers of this academic year for both ISC and ICSE batches. While 10 Francis' students have scored between 96% to 98.2% in ICSE, 10 from ISC have scored between 94.25% to 97.5. Christ Church College students have also given an outstanding performance and 3 students from ISC and ICSE have scored above 95% in the board examinations. Siddhi Deep of Christ Church College is the school ICSE topper with 97.8% marks while Kshitij Srivastava scored 97.25% is ISC. Prabhav Mishra of St. Francis College has scored 98.2% in class 10, while Praveer scored 97.5% in class 12.

Christ Church College, Lucknow

While students have set up a benchmark for the following year students, they are certain that if the exams were not cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they would have improved their current results. While no exams were held for Geography, Hindi, Computers and Economics in ICSE (Class 10), the Biology paper was cancelled for ISC (class 12). All these subject, according to schools and students, help increase the percentage.

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