International Community School is delighted to announce an excellent set of final results for 2016 Diploma graduates.
- 15 students took the two-year Diploma Programme, achieving an average of 34 points, well above the global IB average of 29.88
- 93% of students passed (14 out of 15), with a 35-point average
- The highest score was an exceptional 44 (out of a possible 45)
The strong results mean passing students will be able to accept offers from their first-choice universities around the world, which include London School of Economics, Boston University, IE University, Northwestern and Oxford University.
Several graduates have also been awarded scholarships with significant financial benefits.
Rose Threlfall, Head of School, said:
“We are thrilled. The two-year IB Diploma Programme is highly valued by the world’s universities because it is a highly challenging programme. It requires unwavering commitment and focus. These results represent not just our students’ best efforts, but also the support and guidance of their families and our world-class teachers.”