Nord Anglia Education (NAE), the world’s leading premium international schools organisation, today announced its academic results for French Baccalaureate, India’s CBSE, and the Swiss Maturité for the 2020/21 academic year.
French Baccalaureate and Swiss Maturité
Students at Collège Champittet Pully and Collège du Léman studying the French Baccalaureate programme achieved an exceptional 100% pass rate for the third year running. The two NAE schools offering the programme also recorded high scores with 32% of students achieving “bien” for securing an average of 14 points, while 22% of students achieved an exceptional “tres bien” for gaining an average of 16 or more points.
Collège du Léman, Geneva, which also offers the Swiss Maturité qualification, also celebrated strong results among students with a pass rate of 95%.
This year marks another record-breaking year for Oakridge International Schools in Gachibowli and Visakhapatnam, which both offer India’s Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) programme.
Students studying for the CBSE qualification in Grades 10 and 12 achieved an impressive pass rate of 100%. In addition, the schools marked their highest examination scores to date for both cohorts, with an average score of 97.2% for class 12 and 98.1% for class 10.
Nord Anglia is proud of the strong academic achievement across its schools, which is testament to the students’ dedication and resilience. These results follow earlier announcements in July and August on the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and A-Level results, in which NAE students achieved outstanding examination results.