Keystone Class of 2022 Maintain High Standards with Excellent IB Diploma Results

The Keystone Academy Class of 2022 have continued to maintain the high academic standards set in previous years, with some excellent results in the recent International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) examination season.

In a cohort of 77 students, 74 took the full IB Diploma. The overall average was 37.4 (out of a possible 45), significantly above the world average. One student achieved the full 45 points, while three achieved 44, and seven achieved 43 points.

The majority of students scored at the top end of the range, with 36.5% of the cohort achieving 40 or more points, and the next 36.5% achieving 35 to 39 points. In addition, 96% of students earned the prestigious bilingual diploma, a testament to the strengths of our first keystone, bilingual immersion in Chinese and English. The IB Bilingual Diploma is unusual in many schools, and highly regarded by colleges and universities.

A warm congratulations to the students, and to the teachers of the DP and Middle Years Programme (MYP) who helped make this happen. The 2021-2022 academic year was challenging, particularly during the May 2022 exam period. The Class of 2022 will always be remembered for the way they met these challenges, with clarity of purpose, emotional strength, and intellectual resilience.

HEAD OF HIGH SCHOOL

RÉGINE DE BLEGIERS

Régine de Blegiers began her career in business but realized that her passion was education. She has spent the last 27 years in Asia, predominantly in the Philippines, and has worked in five international schools.

ASSISTANT HEAD OF HIGH SCHOOL & IBDP COORDINATOR

Nick Daniel

Nick Daniel has worked in IB schools across the world for two decades, including postings in Peru, Argentina, Thailand and China.

PROGRAM EVALUATION REPORT

WASC MID-CYCLE REPORT

ASSISTANT HEAD OF HIGH SCHOOL & IBDP COORDINATOR

Nick Daniel

Nick Daniel has worked in IB schools across the world for two decades, including postings in Peru, Argentina, Thailand and China.

PROGRAM EVALUATION REPORT

WASC MID-CYCLE REPORT