IB Results 2017

Congratulations to the Class of 2017 on achieving an excellent set of IB Diploma results. The students' hard work and the dedicated supervision of their teachers have given the School a record set of scores. In keeping with our internationally-minded environment, more than half the candidates were awarded the Bilingual Certificate. This will prove invaluable in the global job market.

Over 70% of our IBDP students met or exceeded their predictions by 1 to 8 points.  Almost 7% of our students received a score of 40 and above, whereas 56% received a score of 35 and above. This places the students in the top quartile in the world.

The Class now moves onto take up places in universities around the world: Georgetown and Fordham University in the United States (including a full scholarship), University College London and King’s College in the United Kingdom, Bocconi in Italy and several other universities in Northern Europe and Spain. Our graduates plan to pursue degrees in Engineering, Law, the Arts and more, reflecting the full spectrum of our talented students’ interests.  We congratulate them for this achievement and for their overall commitment to their education. In the words of IB Diploma Candidate and 2017 Graduate Špela Kunstelj: “Throughout my two years as an IB Diploma candidate I have learned far more than the subject matter. Not only did I gain theoretical knowledge but also a better understanding of current events based on that knowledge which has allowed me to be more proactive in my community about important issues.

For example, in all of my courses we discussed environmental issues, which encouraged me to pursue this topic for my Extended Essay. This later became the main topic of my TEDx talk in Bologna on the importance of water conservation.

The IB not only shaped my academic life, yet encouraged me to also consider my local and global community and the impact of my actions on both.”

2017 Results in numbers:

  • · Passing rate 100% (the world average is 79%)
  • · Highest grade 42
  • · Lowest grade 25
  • · Percentage of Bilingual Diplomas 47%
  • · Mean Grade 34,12

Click here to find a list of the Class of 2017 university acceptances

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