International Baccalaureate Results 2018

St George’s British International School is delighted to announce the success of the Class of 2018 in their IB examinations.

Numbers At A Glance

  • The third highest-ever average IB score for St George’s of 35.4, placing the school well above the IB global average of 29.8.
  • 11 students scored 40+ points.
  • Two students gained 43 points: Shreya Marcus and David Klompenhouwer.
  • A total of 21 students scored 38 points and above. 38 points represents the minimum threshold for admission into the very best global universities.
  • 62 students passed the Diploma.
  • 22 students achieved the challenging Bilingual Diploma.

Accessing World-Leading Universities

The Class of 2018 have received offers from an impressive set of universities, and are now in the process of having their places confirmed by the universities to which they are holding Firm offers of admission. Among the universities to which our graduates are holding offers this year are: Imperial, UCL, London School of Economics, King’s College London, University of Warwick, University of St Andrews, Trinity College Dublin, Stanford University, University of Chicago, University of Michigan and Bocconi University. For the first time, a St George’s graduate will join the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).

The diverse range of academic interests of the Class of 2018 is reflected in their choice of degree programme. They are set to embark on courses as varied as Law, Medicine, Architecture, Neuroscience, Chemical Engineering, History of Art, English Literature, Music and Animation.

David Klompenhouwer was one of two students to score a truly outstanding 43 points. Reflecting on his achievement, he said: It was very tense waiting for the results to be released! I’m looking forward to pursuing my chosen course of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Edinburgh.

He added: “The IB was the best possible preparation for my future studies. I particularly value how my teachers at St George’s placed great emphasis on learning to love the subjects you’re taking, rather than focusing solely on results.

Mr Adam Oliver, Vice Principal and Head of Senior School, said:

On behalf of all the staff, who taught some of the year group as far back as Dragon School, including even Yellow Dragons, at either Nomentana or La Storta, we congratulate every student for the amazing commitment they have shown across their time at St George’s. In different ways, you have all achieved truly great results.” 

Our students, parents and staff should be very proud of this year’s results, which confirm both their own aspiration towards excellence and St George’s continuing status as one of the world’s leading IB schools.”