We are delighted to announce an excellent set of IB results for Aiglon’s Class of 2019.
There were 66 candidates in the Class of 2019, 65 of whom undertook the full IB Diploma Programme. 94% of students achieved 30 points or above, and 100% of candidates were awarded the full IB Diploma.
12 students achieved a score of 40 or more out of a possible 45, of which 2 achieved a perfect 45 (less than 0.2% achieve this globally). The class as a whole achieved an average IB score of 35.7 points, well above the global average of approximately 30 points.
“Once again, our students have demonstrated that it is possible to achieve outstanding academic success whilst at the same time engaging in a unique and comprehensive range of activities outside of the classroom”, stated Richard McDonald, Head Master.
“This great set of results is a wonderful way to round off Aiglon’s 70th year, setting an exceptional standard and showing that Aiglon leads the pack when it comes to preparing our students for the world,'' commented Tony Jashanmal, Chair of the Aiglon Board of Directors.
“Outstanding results from a truly remarkable group of students!.” Nicola Sparrow, Deputy Head (Curriculum).
Congratulations to the Class of 2019. See here for a full list of university acceptances.
We are extremely proud of the level of success achieved by our students, given the challenging expectations of Aiglon’s holistic programme with its emphasis on character development alongside a rigorous academic programme.