Once again this year, our tailor-made teaching approach has proven extremely successful. With pass rates reaching 100% for all our diplomas, our students have shown determination and resilience to achieve outstanding results.
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While our pass rate in 2021 was already at 99% for all five of our diplomas, the results for the class of 2022 are even more impressive with spectacular scores across the board, namely: 100% of our students passed both the International Baccalaureate courses (IBDP and IBCP), and also the American High School Diploma; 100% of our students successfully graduated in the Swiss Maturité Diploma (February session, compared to 67% nationally) and 100% of our students passed the French Baccalauréat (compared to 91% nationally).
Our IBDP students had a 100% pass rate, with an average score of 36.5/45 compared to 31.8 worldwide. One of our students, Polina, achieved the maximum score of 45 points, a feat achieved by less than 1% of students taking this diploma worldwide. All these results testify to the excellence of our teaching and the dedication of our educators.
100% of our French Baccalaureate students passed successfully, compared to 91% nationally, with 92% of students receiving a mention by the Jury. And among our baccalaureate graduates, Bertille's results are particularly noteworthy: with an overall average of 18.3, this highly motivated student was awarded with the “Félicitations du Jury”, i.e. the highest academic distinction by the Jury. A well-deserved reward for the young woman who wishes to become a doctor and who will enter the University of Geneva next year.
Finally, the High School Diploma with Advanced Placements obtained a pass rate of 91%, whereas the global average is at 60%. It is worth noting that these are the best scores in the history of Collège du Léman.
This year's results continue to reflect the dedication and commitment of our extraordinary teachers, who have guided our students on the path to the most outstanding university destinations in the coming year. These include the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge University, Stanford University, Oxford University, Harvard University, and on a national level, EPFL, Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne and the University of Geneva.
We could not be prouder of our students’ achievements. We wish them all the best in their future studies and life journey.
Celebrating an Impressive Prize in the Young Reporters for the Environment Competition