Last Friday our Class 2022 had their graduation ceremony on campus. Together with the families and students, we were thrilled to witness their joy – it was their moment and they seized the day! Let us enjoy the Graduation video below.
One evidence of their success is demonstrated through their university application outcomes. By 1 June, our class 2022 have received a total of 114 offers in 8 different countries and regions which include –
Additionally, they have been awarded nearly RMB 400,000 in merit-based scholarship.
Our staff and teachers wish the students all the best in their next journey. One article cannot fit for all, but we wish all of our students a great future.
"Congratulations Year 13 on reaching this fantastic milestone in your life. This year has been very tough with the uncertainty of the COVID situation and the cancellation of the exams, but you demonstrated true resilience and positivity, and you have come through stronger. I have always been continually impressed with your collaboration and mutual support, and I know that the friends that you have made on your Dulwich journey will remain with you throughout your life. Year 13, I wish you all the best for the future, and I can’t wait to hear about all of your success and experiences! "
- Dr Mark Jones, Head of Senior School
“It has been one of the honours of my career to have worked so closely with this admirable and resilient group of students. I have no doubt that each and every one of you will go on to achieve fantastic things, and I look forward to hearing all about them. Having brought this cohort from Year 12 through to Year 13, I have watched with pride as you have developed leadership skills and represented the College with maturity and confidence. To the students, I say farewell. Best of luck on the next part of your journey, keep in contact with the Dulwich community and seize the new opportunities that are coming your way.”
- Mr Declan O'Connell, Mathematics Teacher, Head of Year 13
“It’s been great getting to know you over the past few years, teaching you Physics, going on the Bronze International Award with you (all those years ago!), and working with you in Science Society. I wish you the very best for your future endeavors, and hope that you come back to the college to share your stories with us in the years to come. “
– Stewart Aitkenhead, Head of Science and Computing Faculty
Dear Y13s, it has been such an honor to be your IB Chemistry teacher. Over the last two years I witnessed all your hard work and your incredible growth in this subject. The non-exam route might be challenging for you, but the work you have completed means you are in a position to succeed. Just like the dancer who practiced hard for four years but never got the chance to perform in front of the audience. But you are the best and best dancers are never afraid of performing later. We are proud of you and wish you the best of luck in your future endeavours.
– Ms Ellena Lin, Chemistry Teacher
Congratulations Year 13. Team PE & Sport thank you for your contributions to the College sports programme and wish you all the best for your future endeavors. #GoTigers #onceatigeralwaysatiger
– Ms Jess Byrne, Director of Sport
I have felt a mix of emotions, starting with an overwhelming sense of sadness of not seeing you during tutor time, but it ends now with so much pride, gratitude and so many great memories. I am also left feeling hopeful about each one of you. Just so you know, I believe in each and every one of you. You all are going to achieve great things, and you all are going to change the world in some way. To each and every one of you, go onwards and godspeed. To my graduating tutor group of 2022, I’d like to say congratulations and farewell.
- Ms Betty Lutterrodt, Mathematics Teacher
You have been a fantastic year group and a credit to the College. Follow your passions and enjoy the adventure. Life is not a rehearsal.
-Mr Mathew Jones, Director of The Arts
Big congrats and hug for you! You did a fabulous job up to now. I bet you will in the future too. But sometimes you may make mistake, then don't feel bad, because it is a natural thing. You will be alright.
I strongly support your trial and error in the future.
– Ms Chonga Hong, Korean Teacher
“It’s been a real pleasure and I salute your good-natured determination both to succeed and navigate your way through the challenges of a pandemic. Keep in touch! “
- Ms Karen Morris, English teacher