Diploma Years (12-13)
Students in their final two years at Aiglon (Years 12 & 13) undertake the academically challenging and holistic International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). This internationally recognised qualification is the perfect bridge to further university studies and beyond.
In today's complex and fast-changing world, there are no easy answers. Innovators must go beyond the obvious to find new and creative solutions. Which is where the International Baccalaureate comes in — widely considered to be the future of education, the IB Diploma Programme is a challenging yet holistically fulfilling learning experience for students in their final two years.
Over fifty years ago, the International Baccalaureate Organisation was registered in Geneva. Embodying an ethos that chimed with the founding values of Aiglon College, in 2010, the school adopted the full two-year IB Diploma Programme for Years 12 and 13. Since this time the school has seen its results improve year on year. Aiglon currently ranks in the world's top 50 IB schools.
Small class sizes and multiple levels of personal support provide students the tools they need to maximise their potential. Known best for its academic breadth students take six subjects across a range of disciplines. In addition, many staff and alumni would argue that the distinctive 'DP core' in which students are expected to engage themselves beyond just their main subjects is really what sets the programme apart and matches Aiglon's commitment to developing the whole person.
Overall 2023 IB average
20% of the cohort achieved 40+ points out of 45
All 80 students entered for the exam passed.
The average subject grade achieved out of 7.
30+ points were achieved by 85% percent of the cohort.