The 2016 senior class International Baccalaureate highlights are below. We are extremely proud of our students and wish them the best in college. A more detailed breakdown of the May 2016 IB results can be found in the School Profile by clicking here.
67 were entered for the Diploma
20 students scored the highest score, a '7', in one of their subjects
The highest diploma points awarded to a candidate was 42. Well done to Davika Manish Kumar for this fabulous achievement.
The number of our students scoring either an A or a B in their Extended Essay is higher than the world average
13% of our students scored an 'A' in Theory of Knowledge, well above the world average of 7.4%
In some subjects Village School students scored '7s' in much higher numbers than the world average
13% scored a '7' in History (the world average is 2%)
23% scored a '7' in English A Language and Literature HL (world average is 3%)
14% scored a '7' in Visual Arts HL (the world average is 8%)
The average grade obtained at the school by candidates who passed the diploma was 5.07
The Village School average score was 32
*The world average percentage for students scoring '7s' is based on the May 2015 statistical bulletin. The May 2016 has not been released yet.