It’s a cause for celebration at Dulwich College Beijing as students and teachers are rejoicing in yet another year of marvelous IB scores as the International Baccalaureate Organization has just announced its June 2017 Diploma Programme results.
This year DCB entered 68 students (94 percent of the Class of 2017) into the full IB Diploma Programme, widely recognised as the most rigorous high school qualification globally. While the world average Diploma score is 30, DCB students achieved a phenomenal 37.63 point average (out of a possible 45), and 36.8 percent of our students scored 40 and above. Notably, four members of our Class of 2017 achieved a stunning score of 43 and five pupils attained a nearly perfect score of 44!
“We are delighted to see such strong IB results again at Dulwich College Beijing, which reflect the hard work of our talented students and staff,” says DCB Headmaster Simon Herbert. “Strong pastoral care, excellent collaboration and a well balanced curricular and extra-curricular offering are at the heart of a Dulwich education. Well done to all – we are proud of you!”
Below are DCB’s highlights from this year’s exam:
- 100% pass rate for all students registered for the IB Diploma
- Average point score: 37.63
- 36.8 % of students achieved 40+ points
- 190+ university offers (please visit this page for the full list of university offers)
Congratulations to the Class of 2017 on the splendid achievements!
This post is paid for by Dulwich College Beijing.
Photos courtesy of DCB