Our highest achiever this year is Chaewan Lee who has performed exceptionally well to obtain a marvelous score of 42 points from a maximum total of 45 – a feat only a small percentage of IBDP students world-wide ever obtain.
However, with a school average of 33 points – well above the global average of 30 points – and a remarkable 95 percent pass rate, the school can congratulate all Regents students for the hard work and dedication they have exhibited over the rigorous two year course.
The IB Diploma Programme is the world’s leading pre-university qualification, offering senior students a gateway to universities across the UK and mainland Europe, USA and Canada, Australia and Asia, including Thai universities. The university destinations of our own Regents’ graduates will be confirmed over the next few weeks and will be reported on the school website.
Our Assistant Head of Secondary and IB Coordinator, Rachel Batty states: “I am so pleased that the huge amount of work and effort on the part of our students and teachers has paid off again and that year on year, we consistently achieve such great results. In amongst these scores are some exceptional personal success stories and I am delighted for the individual students.”
Acting Principal, Grant Gillies continues: “Another terrific set of results at Regents. 95 percent pass rate is spectacular, and I am very grateful to our pupils, parents and staff for working together to achieve these results. With a school average 3 points higher than the world average for IB, we consistently show our high quality learning.”