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NAIS Pudong Students Achieve Phenomenal IB Diploma Results

September, 2016
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nais-pd-class-of-2016International Baccalaureate (IB) students at Nord Anglia International School, Shanghai, Pudong once again achieve results that exceed the global average. This year the graduating class of 2016 surpasses this, delivering the best IB result in the school’s 14-year history. With an average score of 36 points, this outshines the global average of 30 points and the Asia Pacific score of 33 points. Some 24% of the class achieved 40 points and above compared to the world average of 5%. This group of students is now continuing their educational journey at renowned universities worldwide.

Mrs Wallace, Principal of NAIS Pudong said, “I am immensely proud of the academic achievements of the IB graduating class of 2016. As a non-selective school, these results are a testament of, not only the hard work of the students, but also the professionalism and dedication of the teaching and learning support staff who work to ensure the ambitions of each and every one of the our students are fully realized.” 

The International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) is on the cutting edge of educational research and as a result has developed a highly respected Diploma program for students aged 16 -19. It equips the modern student with a broad range of thinking, research, self-management, communication and social skills. NAIS Pudong embraces the philosophical and pedagogical principles that underpin the IB Diploma Program. The highly regarded schoolteachers, many of whom are also IB examiners, provide the students with a transformative concurrent learning experience. Students leave NAIS Pudong balanced and equipped with the academic and life-skills that place them at a distinct advantage at university and beyond. 

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