Following the global release of the 2019 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) results, St George’s is once again delighted to announce a strong overall performance by its graduating cohort.
A score of 40 points or above has been obtained by an impressive 19% of Diploma candidates among the Class of 2019. A total of 31% of candidates have achieved 38 points or higher. St George’s students continue to outperform IB global averages, with the school’s 2019 average score of 34.6 points significantly exceeding the world average of 29.8 points (IB 2018).
Mr Paul Ryan, Head of Senior School, commented: “We are very pleased with the results of the Class of 2019. Pupils at all levels have achieved great success and we commend the many individual success stories of our young women and men performing above their predicted grades. The IB Diploma is the international standard in post-16 education, and as an inclusive school our teachers are dedicated to giving the pupils the best possible chance of success.”
“These results are the culmination of many years of hard work by the pupils. I thank them for their efforts and congratulate them for their achievements. We are also thankful for the unwavering support of the parent body, which is such an important factor in today's results. Today is a wonderful testament to the hard work, dedication and commitment of the entire St George’s community.”
The Class of 2019 are now in the process of confirming their university destinations, with the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, The Netherlands and Italy among the countries on the horizon. A full subject by subject breakdown will be posted in the Exam Results section of the St George’s website in the near future.