Worth school IB students achieve overall 100% pass rate and an impressive average of 35 points per student.
Congratulations to the Worth School IB students of 2013! Notching up an average of 35 points per student, the talented students have achieved an overall pass rate of 100% in the IB Diploma this summer. Fifteen students gained the Bi-lingual IB Diploma; 12 gained the IB Diploma. Of the 27 students, 15 of the cohort achieved 36 points or higher, which in itself is an impressive achievement.
The highest scoring student was Gideon Laux who obtained an unbelievable score of 44 points, and joins a very small percentage of student’s worldwide achieving such a high score. Other students to achieve this remarkable result include Worthians Piotr Galuszka (2011) and August du Mont Schuette (2012).
Worth School’s 2013 IB students are now leaving us to take up their places at some of the most prestigious universities across the world. From Cambridge to St Andrew’s, to Durham to universities further afield, such as McGill (Canada), Bocconi (Italy) and Amsterdam. The students leave us fully embodying the ideal of the IB learner: inquiring, principled, academically ambitious and citizens of the world.
“We are very proud of the achievements of all our IB students, and we look forward to accompanying their progress as they take up their places in the world outside Worth,” comments outgoing IB Coordinator, Amanda Brookfield.
Head Master Gino Carminati added: “We are delighted by these excellent results. Warmest congratulations to our students and many thanks also to their teachers for all their hard work. We are very proud of our Class of 2013.”