We are extremely proud to announce the results of our 2022 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) graduating cohort.
For the 2021-2022 academic year Dover Court International School had 25 candidates sitting the exams with a 100% pass rate, reaching an average score of 39 points, significantly above the global average of 31.9 points. Three students achieved 44 out of 45 possible points, placing them in the top 2% in the world and an impressive 56% of our candidates achieved more than 40 points.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is one of the most highly regarded post-16 qualifications in the world and a pathway to leading universities across the world, which is also shown in the amazing university offers our students have received. We can't wait to see what this fantastic group of young people will go on to acheive.
Mr Dyer, DCIS Principal said, "Many congratulations to our IB Diploma Programme class of 2022. Individually, our students surpassed their targets and exceeded expectations.
Collectively, they produced world-beating headlines to achieve some the very best results in the history of our school. Their determination, their focus and their support for each other through a challenging two years are an inspiration to us all. They now go on to some of the world’s best universities to pursue their dreams, and they go with the very best wishes from all of us at Dover Court International School.
I would also like to pay tribute to our teachers. Without their skill and dedication, none of this would have been possible. They are truly exceptional."
Head of Secondary, Mr Burren said "Behind the wonderful IB headline figures there is each individual student from the DCIS class of 2022. Each one of them should be incredibly proud of their own personal results, as well as the positive way they approached their studies.
Their teachers, families and the wider DCIS community are so pleased for each and every one of them and we wish them all the very best for the future."