Congratulation to the Class of 2017 for their excellent results in this year’s IB Diploma examinations, with a pass rate of 100 percent. Our 28 IB Diploma candidates achieved an average score of 34 points overall, well above the worldwide average for IB schools of around 29 points. Two students gained 41 points each: Constance who has been admitted to Yale University to major in economics and Caitlin who will study archeology at University College London.

Three further students obtained 39 points and six students also obtained a Bilingual Diploma, a challenging option requiring the students to take two ‘first language’ subjects. 

Our IB Diploma students have been admitted to UCL, City University/CASS Business School in London, Queen Mary London, Royal Holloway London, the Ecole Hotelière de Lausanne, AMD-Hamburg, Pepperdine University in California and many other universities and colleges ; a full list of destinations will be confirmed later in the summer.

"I am very proud of the achievements of our graduating students,” said Ms Simone Sebban,  Head of Secondary School. “These results are the culmination of two years' hard work by the students, and support from their teachers. I know that they will be well prepared for the next stage of their studies at university and wish them all the best for the future."

Mr Nick Danziger, Mr Andrea Casiraghi, Mr Gerard Cohen, Mr Francis Gianni and Ms Simone Sebban congratulating ISM 2017 class