SINGAPORE: St Joseph’s Institution (SJI) International has reported its best results for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.
The school said 99 per cent from the class of 2012 passed the exam, attaining an average score of 36.2 points out of the maximum 45.
It added one in four students achieved 40 points.
The top student is Monica Layarda, who had a perfect score.
The first batch of of 58 IB students at SJI International completed the diploma in 2009.
In 2012, it had 137 students.
Principal Bradley Roberts said the students’ outstanding results are due to the dedication of staff and the hard work of students.
"This particular batch of students included those who joined the school when it first opened its doors in January 2007. During this time, our average PSLE entry score has remained around 225. With this in mind, our results are truly extraordinary," Mr Roberts said.
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