With an average score nearly four points above the worldwide average, Regents students excelled with their IB scores.
The International Baccalaureate is a world renowned course for entry into university. It is traditionally a challenging yet rewarding diploma that provides students with all of the necessary tools to take the next step in their education.
Five students – a school record – achieved 40 or more points out of a maximum of 45 with one student claiming 44 points, placing her in the top 2% out of over 140,000 students worldwide.
Regents International School Pattaya Graduation Day.
The 41 students who undertook the two-year course averaged 33.5, well above the international average of 29.9. It is also Regents forth-on-year increase after averaging 30, last school year.
Head of IB, Rachel Batty applauded the efforts of all the students – and also the teachers who have contributed to this year’s results.
“This year’s students really have shown what can be achieved when you combine hard work, motivation, passion for a subject and inspirational teaching.
“On the students’ behalf, I would like to thank our teachers, each of whom is a specialist in their subject. And nor do I restrict that thanks to the Secondary School teachers, many of these students have come all the way through the school system from Early Years to IB, so these results are a testament to Regents as a whole.”