We are delighted to announce that our International Baccalaureate students have passed their exams with a 100% pass rate after a culmination of 2 years hard work! An average score of 34 points, which is well above the world average, will see our students accepted into the best universities world wide and 2 students scored 43 points out of a possible 45.
The IB is an incredibly challenging programme that is respected and recognized world over and all of our students have worked hard over the past 2 years to get to this point.These results are a testament to the passion and dedication of our students and the commitment and support of our incredible faculty.
The IB exams take place each May and are sat by nearly 150,000 students around the world. Students take 6 subjects areas in addition to 3 core components which are Extended Essay, CAS and Theory of Knowledge. The highest possible score is 45 and 149 achieved this in 2016. The minimum score is 24 and the global average for 2016 was 30.
Siva Kumari, the IB Director General commented on this year's global results by saying "I'd like to congratulate all the students who are receiving their results, a fitting return for all the hard work and commitment they've shown in completing their learning" adding that IB alumni across the world are a "group well-equipped to contribute productively and thoughtfully in any part of the world".
"Independent research confirms that the IB improves students academic achievement, as well as their probability of high school graduation and college enrollment, and it is clear that our students are better prepared to succeed in post-secondary settings".
"And, perhaps more importantly, they're better prepared to contribute in helping to make the world a better place"