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2022 International Baccalaureate Diploma Program results are in!

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

The results for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) are out, and ASB students achieved excellent results across all subject areas. Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Welcome to our newest alumni! 

  • 75 IBDP candidate students: 100% passing rate (international average is 85%)
  • Average score: 36 points out of 45 (the world average is 32 points) 
  • 25% of students received an overall IBDP score of 40 or more, with five high scores of 44

Director Mark Pingitore commented:

"Our IBDP program has grown, and we have continued our track record of high academic results. We want to recognize our IB Coordinator Charmaine Monds, High School counselors Allison Davis, Samantha Huner, Carolina Barajas, Spanish Technical Director, Magda Montesinos, and all IBDP teachers for their dedication and commitment to this year's graduates.  

We wish our students all the very best in their next steps. We are very proud of their achievement and wish them much success attending best-fit universities worldwide. Congratulations, Class of 2022!"


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