What advice would you give to our DP1 students currently studying the IBDP?
Study hard, really get prepared for exam season as every grade matters in the IBDP and reach out to teachers if you’re struggling. They will always help you figure out a solution.
Do you have a message for your fellow graduates?
These last few years have been filled with many joyful and cherished memories and the journey would not have been the same, had it not been shared with my fellow classmates and friends. I wish them all the best in the future, knowing full well they shall succeed in whatever they endeavour to do.
“Luca has grown into a diligent, caring, conscientious young person, ready to take on the world,” says Justin Brooks, Pastoral Lead for the IB Diploma Programme. “His work ethic is exemplary and his participation in school wide initiatives throughout his time here has enabled him to develop transferable skills that will be with him for life.”
It’s clear to see from Luca’s journey at LCIS, that our approach to learning goes well beyond ensuring access to university. We are committed to helping our students build the character and confidence required to achieve impressive, unique futures. We provide an engaging and safe learning environment, where opportunities inside and outside the classroom enrich learning, instil memories and create a deep sense of achievement in our students.
On behalf of the LCIS community, we wish Luca the best of luck at EHL and can’t wait to see what the future holds for him!