Marymount International School London is proud to announce that the Class of 2023 achieved outstanding results in their International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) examinations. With a pass rate of 100%, over 35% of the students achieving 40 points or more, and one student achieving the perfect score of 45 points, the school could not be more proud of the collective success of this year’s graduating class. In keeping with the truly international nature of the school community, Headmistress, Mrs Margaret Giblin, is also pleased to announce that over 40% of our graduates were awarded the Bilingual Diploma – a wonderful endorsement of the school’s ongoing commitment to language learning and the promotion of multilingualism.
“We are extremely proud of our Class of 2023 for their hard work and dedication,” said Mrs Giblin. “These results are a testament to the lifelong love of learning of our students and the unwavering commitment of our faculty and staff. We are delighted to see our Class of 2023 achieve so highly and remain confident that they will continue to grow and develop as they move onto the next phase of their educational journey seeking to use their gifts and talents to make the world a better place.”
The IBDP is a robust two-year programme which is recognised by universities and employers around the world as the gold standard of education. It is designed to prepare students for the demands of university and beyond. The programme requires students to study six subjects, as well as complete an Extended Essay (EE), a Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course and the Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) programme.
Representing 32 different nationalities, the Class of 2023 are headed to a variety of top universities, including Imperial, King’s, UCL, Durham, Exeter, St. Andrews, Bath and Bristol in the UK and many universities and colleges overseas, including Northeastern and Wagner in the USA, IE in Spain and other institutions in Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Slovenia, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and South Africa.
“We are excited to see what the future holds for these outstanding young women,” said Mr Nicholas Marcou, Senior Deputy Head and IB Co-ordinator. “As graduates of both the IB and Marymount International School, they could not be better placed to continue to develop their many skills and place them at the service of a world increasingly in need of people of principle. We know that they will continue to shine and wish them all the very best.”