We are pleased to present the initial Aiglon IB results for the Class of 2021.
With the school’s highest-ever IB average of 38.6, we are incredibly proud of the accomplishments of this year’s cohort. Seventy students were entered for the IB Diploma. Two students achieved a perfect 45 (only accomplished by a small percentage globally each year). In addition, 44% of the cohort achieved 40+ points, which is also a new Aiglon record.
“In many ways, this is a record-breaking year,” says Head of School, Nicola Sparrow. “We are of course extremely pleased with what the Class of 2021 has achieved, but records aside, we are proud of the students’ determination and dedication to their programme throughout a year of many ups and downs. They have much to celebrate, and we as a school have much to be proud of.”
With 100% of the cohort achieving 30 points or above, these results demonstrate that as a whole Aiglon students excel in the IB programme. Likewise, the average subject grade across all subjects is a 6.1 out of 7 possible points. Both are significantly above the global average.
“We can rightly be delighted,” observes the Executive Director Richard McDonald. “Aiglon students, under expert guidance from a highly committed staff have earned glowing results that do themselves and the school immense credit.”
Aiglon’s Board of Directors has also been briefed on the results. Chairman, Tony Jashanmal, sends his heartfelt congratulations to the Class of 2021. “Our students and their families have once again put great trust in the school to ensure that their talents and hard work are positively recognised. Once again this trust has been rewarded with an exceptionally impressive set of IB results. On behalf of the board, we congratulate the students.” The Aiglon Class of 2021 enjoys acceptances and offers to universities and programmes around the world. 100% of the students satisfied their admissions offer to US or global institutions and 96% met their firm or insurance offers to the UK. 50% are going to the United States, 35% are going to the United Kingdom, 11% are going to other universities in Switzerland or elsewhere worldwide, and 4% are pursuing a gap year. To see a complete list of where students are going, take a look at the 2021 Graduation news story.