Perfect IB scores

Congratulations to all Year 12 2016 students for achieving outstanding results in the November exams. Two 2016 graduates, Ailis Rogers and Amy Zhou, achieved International Baccalaureate Diploma scores of 45 points. These are perfect IB Diploma scores and are achieved by only 0.67%* of the 14 070 students who sat for their Diploma exams in the November 2016 exam session.

As IB Learners, all students in our graduating class of 2016 are well positioned for their tertiary phase of learning. Credits gained from completion of IB subjects will go towards University undergraduate courses to fast-track students’ study.

Ailis intends to study a Bachelor of Arts/Law at the University of Queensland, whilst Amy has been accepted to the University of Melbourne to study a Bachelor of Biomedical Science. Amy has been awarded the National Scholarship from the University of Melbourne and has been accepted into the Chancellor’s Scholars Program.

Both students were pleasantly surprised with the news of their perfect scores when they were released in the first week of January. Amy was in Canberra at the time as a tutor for the National Chemistry Olympiad Summer School, having been a student participant in the same program in 2015. Ailis was available for a photo shoot with The Courier Mail (Read full article).

“On my behalf, please thank all of the teachers and staff, because without their support and passion for teaching, I really could not have achieved a 45. I sincerely believe that if I could get a 45, through hard work and perseverance, anybody else could too!”      Amy Zhou, 2016 Graduate.

Jane Sleeman
Principal

 

*based on IB Diploma November 2016 Results Released to IB World Schools