Award-winning Tanglin Trust School is delighted to share that it has achieved another year of outstanding International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma provisional results.
This year's IB cohort achieved the school's highest ever average Diploma score of 41.3 points, more than 9.3 points above the world average and 3.8 points higher than the Singapore average this year. Tanglin is typically among the top three international schools in Singapore for IB results.
The school is very proud of its students' achievements with 100% achieving 35 points or more. This year, three students achieved 45 points and 11 students achieved 44 points.
Craig Considine, CEO of Tanglin Trust School commented: "Congratulations to the students and staff who have worked tremendously hard to achieve these stellar results. Creating a community of learners that nurtures and challenges in equal measure is a hallmark of a Tanglin education. This year's results reflect the relentless perseverance of our IB students, supported by the determination and care from our teaching, academic support and pastoral staff. I would like to convey a message of pride and admiration as we congratulate the students, their families and Team Tanglin on a fantastic effort. We wish our IB graduates all the very best for the next stage of their learning journey."
Other achievements include:
Tanglin congratulates each IB Diploma graduate on their results, many of whom have secured their first or second choice at top universities globally.