Excellent results for IB
Congratulations go to our 17 International Baccalaureate Diploma students who have just received some exceptional results and are now lining up their places for university courses this October. The students achieved a 100% pass rate.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma (I.B.) is a prestigious qualification and a highly respected alternative to A Levels which is enthusiastically recognised by universities and employers worldwide. The IB is aimed at motivated students who are capable across the subject range.
The College’s 6th cohort of IB students produced some stunning individual performances. Elise Nunn, formerly of Brighton Hill gained exceptional result of 43 points out of a possible 45, putting her into the top percentage worldwide. Elise has gained entry to read French and German at Worcester College, Oxford. She commented, “Today has to be the very best day of my life! I am so amazed and delighted.” Ellie Kergozou, previously at Robert May’s also gained an incredible result of 42 points and is going on to King’s College, London to read medicine.
IB coordinator, Martin Savery is delighted with the results, he commented: “The IB is a demanding programme and the excellent results reflect the hard work of the students as well as the quality of the teaching they received. It’s not all about results though, the IB prepares open minded and tolerant young people with a genuine interest in the world around them, I am very proud of them all.”
Of the 17 candidates, the average score was a very impressive 34 points. Many of the students are continuing to higher education at some exceptional universities.
The College are very proud of the students’ achievements and wish them the very best of success for their future.