A record number of students achieved top grades in their senior school exams, with five students achieving the maximum IB Diploma score of 45 points. Seven Applied Learning Pathway students achieved a maximum of 3 Distinction * grades.
The average IB results this year is 36.3 with a 99% pass rate and an impressive 32.5% of students achieving over 40 points.
The students with a maximum score of 45 points are: Isabella Chan, Stephanie Cheung, Chak Kei Lau, Julia Mulrooney & Vivien Hei Man Lam. Six students achieved 44 points (Gabriel Chan, Linus Hoi, Quentin Mak, Kylie Tsang, Thomas Yik & Basil Tsui) and three students achieved 43 points (Anna Choi, Shradda Kumar, Darius Tam).
For the Applied Learning Pathway 65% of all grades were at Distinction * and the overall pass rate was 99%. The students with all Distinction * grades are, Kelly Beaumont, Mwenda Chisulo, Esther Clement, Reina Kim, Jack Dale, Daniel A. Meerovitsch and Aisha Bhatia.
As part of the Applied Learning Pathway the students also take IB subjects. The average grade for these subjects is 4.9 which is actually above the World Average for all IB students (4.7)
We congratulate all of the students on their results. As the first cohort to graduate from the Sha Tin Wai campus this is an especially proud moment for the school community.
*Photo, a selection of ESF students who achieved 45 IB points.