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Outstanding IB results for Dulwich College Suzhou Class of 2015

September, 2015
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The Class of 2015 are celebrating the best ever IB results at Dulwich College Suzhou with an average points score of 37.9 out of 45. This significant improvement in results, which is well above the world average, is a tangible reflection of the superb effort of the students and the ability of Dulwich teaching staff.

Four students scored over 40 points with Jeung Byun Hyun and Thomas Langmans the top achievers on 43 points.

Head of Senior School, Stuart Bridge, was delighted; “I am especially pleased to see such impressive improvement in the average scores, with so many students significantly surpassing their predicted grades. The students have taken part in a huge range of competitive sports, dramatic productions, musical events and ensembles, community service and too many other activities to list. This is part of the broad and balanced education Dulwich provides which is complimentary to a world-class academic program. Together with the excellent IB results from Dulwich College Beijing and Shanghai this puts the Dulwich group amongst the top performing IB schools in the world.”

Headmaster, John Todd, commented, “This is such a wonderful achievement and our students and staff should be immensely proud of their achievements. Dulwich College Suzhou provides the best possible learning environment for its students and this focus on providing all round excellence has enabled our students to achieve the best IB results in Suzhou, well ahead of the results from other international schools in Suzhou.”

International Old Alleynians, the Class of 2015 from Dulwich College Suzhou, will be attending some outstanding universities from across  the world including Imperial College London, London  School  of Economics, University of Washington (US), University of Warwick (UK), University of Bath (UK), University of Nottingham (UK), Brock University (Canada), University of Strathclyde (UK), University of Toronto (Canada), Hong  Kong University of Science and  Technology, and  Instituto Europeo di Design  (Italy).

 

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