The British International School Shanghai Puxi Campus has a very strong academic reputation based on its ability to help students produce consistently high level results through globally regarded exams validated by world-leading organisations. As we move into the school’s tenth anniversary year we are delighted and proud to report that, once again, the school’s graduating class has achieved outstanding results. All our Year 13 students take International Baccalaureate Diploma examinations in their final year - recognised as the most prestigious world-wide pre-university award.
The graduating class of 2014 achieved an average Diploma score of 35 points, compared with a global average of less than 30. Two of our students scored the highest mark - a maximum 45 out of 45 (two of only 146 students in the world to achieve this) and three other students gained scores of 44. A total of 25% of the cohort achieved marks of 40 points or better - five times the global average of 5%.
“We are all very pleased with the results that our students have achieved this year in the IB Diploma programme. They have been a highly cohesive group who have been very successful in all areas including music, sport, art, drama and community service and they are very well prepared for success at the next level”. Kevin Foyle, Principal
These results are a testament to the Nord Anglia Education High Performance Learning approach to teaching, from which all our students benefit, and, as a result, our students are well prepared to move on to study a variety of academic disciplines at prestigious universities across the world, this year including Cambridge, Duke, Northwestern, KAIST and Imperial College London.