Lahore: Beaconhouse students top International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme(IBDP) results for the third consecutive year with an exceptional showing.

Some of its students attained grades of 39 and 40 out of a maximum of 45, placing them amongst the top4% in the world. Beaconhouse overall score average of 32.8 also surpassed the world average of 29.78. Scores are based on the grades of 1 to 7 awarded for each of six subjects, and up to 3 additional points for the core components of Theory of Knowledge, Extended Essay and Creativity, Action, Service (CAS). Beaconhouse students’ results in Biology, Economics, French and Business Management are in the high bracket of 5-7, with outstanding grades in Theory of Knowledge and the Extended Essay.

The IBDP is the preferred entrance qualification for universities around the world. Thestudents of the graduating batch of 2018 have gained acceptancesinto some of the top universities worldwide which includes the likes of Stanford, Berkley and Oxford to name a few with scholarships worth USD 9,907,167.

Beaconhouse have been pioneers in introducing the International Baccalaureate in Pakistan. It is currently offering IBDP at TNS Beaconhouse andBeaconhouse College Campus Gulberg in Lahore, PECHS and Defence Campus in Karachi and Beaconhouse Margalla Campus in Islamabad. The Beaconhouse College Campus Gulberg achieved the best IB result in Pakistan whereas Beaconhouse Margalla topped in Islamabad. PECHS attained outstanding IB results and highest in Karachi with a top score of 40. TNS Beaconhouse and Defence campus IB graduates received numerous acceptances and scholarships from prestigious national and international universities. The IB programme enjoys a reputation for the highest quality education sustained for over 45 years and represents the best from many different countries rather than the exported national system of any one. IB programmes support both personal and academic achievement and incorporate quality practice from national and international research and the IB global community. IB is offered at 26 schools across the country and IBDP results have shown to be consistently improving. Private schools have invested significantly in promoting and teaching IB programmes to students.

Through the IB framework, Beaconhouse is committed to providing students an inquiry-based and student-centred learning environment, ongoing international-standard professional development to teachers and developing communities of lifelong learners.–PR