As an established IB World School in Bali, Bali Island School (BIS) is incredibly proud of its Class of 2021 students for their excellent International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) results.
More than 170,000 students across the globe underwent their IBDP exam session in May 2021, and earlier this month, they received their exam results. Bali Island School’s Class of 2021 students achieved higher IBDP results, which displays how these students persevered and lived up to the saying “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”
The International Baccalaureate Organisation is extremely proud of Bali Island School’s new Diploma Program graduates, who had to endure these unusual learning conditions because of the pandemic but still managed to thrive and reach this milestone due to their resilience.
Bali Island School is absolutely pleased to congratulate the Class of 2021 students on their strong IBDP results. The students achieved a 100% pass rate, an average of 36.75 points, the highest achieving student earned 43 points, and all BIS students earned an additional two points for their Extended Essay (EE) and Theory of Knowledge (TOK) efforts.
“Another strong set of well-earned results, during a very challenging period. Thank you to our IBDP Coordinator for his strong leadership and every DP teacher for your attention to individual students’ needs and your strong approach to teaching and learning. Also, to all BIS faculty and staff for your assistance in preparing our students for the demands of the DP program! This would not have been possible without the BIS community’s unwavering commitment and support,” said Garth Wyncoll, BIS Head of School.
The BIS IBDP Class of 2021 graduates were accepted to universities around the world and 61.5% of them earned a scholarship to their dream university. Several of these universities include Rutgers University – New Brunswick, University of California, Riverside, Allegheny College, Kent State University, Drexel University, and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences in the USA; the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto in Canada; Sophia University, Waseda University and Keio University in Japan; Monash University, University of Melbourne, University of Western Australia and the University of Technology Sydney in Australia; The Hague University of Applied Science, Tilburg University, Leiden University and Eindhoven University in Amsterdam; and the University of Glasgow in the UK.