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IB DP Results 2023


We are thrilled to announce that all of our 69 graduating students have successfully earned their high school diplomas. Among them, 58 students participated in the challenging IB Diploma Programme assessments, and we are delighted to share that 48 students have achieved the esteemed IB diplomas, with 13 also receiving the Bilingual Diplomas. This group of students was the first cohort since 2019 to take the full range of assessments without any modifications due to COVID-19. Ten students achieved 40 or more points, and four students achieved more than 42 points. Our students’ average of 34 points surpasses this year’s reported global average of 30.24 points, reflecting their outstanding dedication.

We are very proud of the achievements of our students and their teachers, counsellors, mentors and parents.

As our graduates move forward into the next phase of their lives, we wish them all the best in their future endeavors. Congratulations once again to our students and everyone who contributed to their success!