Students and teachers at Dulwich College Shanghai are celebrating an exceptional set of IB results as the International Baccalaureate Organisation announced its July 2017 Diploma Programme results.
All members of the Class of 2017 were entered for the full IB Diploma, which is recognized as the world's most demanding high school qualification, with 65 of them achieving 30 or more points.
The initial Dulwich College Shanghai average Diploma point score was 37.51 points, which is well above the world average.
A remarkable 29.2% of our students achieved scores of 40+ points, with Matthew T achieving the highest score of 44.
Unlike most IB schools, we do not pre-select students for entry into the IB Diploma from Year 11, but give all students the opportunity to enter this most challenging programme.
The students from this year’s cohort will move on now to world class universities and colleges throughout the USA, UK, Asia and Europe.