Celebrating IB exam success at TASIS England

Posted on 9th Jul 2024 in School News, Diploma Programme, International Baccalaureate

TASIS England is proud to announce the 2024 exam results for its International Baccalaureate (IB) students. This year’s IB Diploma Programme candidates achieved an impressive 100% pass rate and an average point score of 33, considerably higher than the worldwide averages of 80% and 30 points, respectively. The highest score attained was an excellent 44 out of a possible 45 points. 

Commenting on the IB Diploma journey for this year’s cohort, Head of School Bryan Nixon said: “We are delighted that our students’ hard work and dedication is demonstrated in these very pleasing scores and excellent pass rate. In addition to these results, the real achievement for the Class of 2024 was their commitment to their learning, support for each other, and service to our school community. Our congratulations go to our students, and our thanks go to our teachers for facilitating this learning and to the families who have supported their children and our school throughout the past two years.”

“We are so pleased to celebrate the results of our students' hard work and diligence. Their achievements not only highlight their academic success but also demonstrate their commitment and personal growth over the course of the programme,” remarked Stephanie Feo Hughes, Head of Upper School. “Thank you to our dedicated faculty for leading our students through their learning and helping them navigate challenges along the way. We congratulate all of our IB students and anticipate their continued success as they bring their learning forward to university and beyond.” 

IB Diploma Coordinator Jessica Lee concurs: “We are extremely proud of our 2024 graduates. Their hard work and remarkable service have made this an outstanding class. A heartfelt thank you to our teachers for their tireless efforts in bringing out the full potential of each student. We also extend our deepest gratitude to the parents for their unwavering support of TASIS England and their children. Your encouragement and dedication have been instrumental in our students' success.”