GIS students celebrate after record-breaking IB results

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GIS had another record-breaking set of IB Diploma results in 2018.
GIS had another record-breaking set of IB Diploma results in 2018.

Students from Garden International School (GIS) are celebrating after a record-breaking set of IB Diploma results.

For the 3rd year running, GIS had a 100% pass rate for the IB Diploma. Three students also achieved the incredibly-difficult feat of scoring 40 points or more out of 45; the first time this is happened with a single cohort.

One student, Shilpi, managed 44 points out of 45, which places her in the top 1 percent of IB students worldwide. This is also the highest-ever score by a female student at GIS.

The average points score per student was 35 – another record and far above the global average of 29 points.

As a result, GIS students are now heading to some of the world’s leading universities. The IB Diploma is designed to help students prepare for university by giving them the academic, social and leadership skills.

IB Diploma Coordinator Mark Beales said, “These fantastic results show what a talented and hard-working group of students we have at GIS. It also reflects the support given by teachers to our students; this helps ensure we consistently achieve results that are far above the world average.

“As the most experienced IB school in the region, we’re delighted to see such wonderful students getting these top results.”

For more on GIS, visit www.gardenrayong.com.

Shilpi achieved an incredible 44 out of 45 points and is now heading to University College London to study Medicine.
Shilpi achieved an incredible 44 out of 45 points and is now heading to University College London to study Medicine.
Jignil, a former Head Boy, was awarded 40 points for his IB Diploma. He will now study hotel management in the US.
Jignil, a former Head Boy, was awarded 40 points for his IB Diploma. He will now study hotel management in the US.
Shomit was awarded 40 points and has now started studying at Nanyang Technological College in Singapore.
Shomit was awarded 40 points and has now started studying at Nanyang Technological College in Singapore.