Oakridge Bengaluru has achieved 100% pass rate in IB Diploma Programme 2021
- 16 July 2021
Students at Oakridge International School, Bengaluru, part of the Nord Anglia Education family, have once again raised the bar and achieved outstanding results in the 2021 IBDP Grade 12 exams. A total of 30 students from Oakridge International School, Bengaluru sat for their IB Diploma exams this year.
Oakridge International School, Bengaluru, performed extremely well with the average diploma score being an outstanding 36.53, which is more than 3.5 points higher than this year’s global average. The school has achieved 100% pass rate and over 30% of the students scored 40 and above with an average subject grade of 5.73, which is again higher than the global average of 5.19 this year. The topper Sehrish Ahmed from Oakridge Bengaluru has got admission to McGill University, Canada.
The top scorer from Oakridge Bengaluru, Sehrish Ahmed, says, “With the constant support I received from my teachers, I achieved the top score of 43/45. Last year was difficult with a very new set-up of online classes but eventually, with the help and encouragement of my teachers, the entire journey became easy. I could contribute to the ‘USG of communication’ in Bangalore-JMUN and trained junior students to improve their communication skills. I got offers from different universities abroad but I decided to go to McGill University to study Economics & Maths.”
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Pallavi Mishra, Principal at Oakridge International School, Bengaluru said, “Due to our emphasis on the process and journey of learning rather than only outcomes, we were able to adapt smoothly to the non exam route assigned to the India region, which depended heavily on the school’s authentic data, credibility and standard of internal assessments. Oakridge students secured a 100% pass score in IBDP 2021 as against the 86% average pass score of 1,76,000 students across the world. I am very proud of our students and teachers and very thankful to parents for their support.”