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IB Students From Inspired Schools Across the Globe Celebrate Another Year of Outstanding Results

Inspired schools post an impressive group average score of 35, demonstrating their commitment to academic excellence across the globe


London, 7th July 2022

Students at Inspired Education Group (“Inspired”) schools across the world are celebrating another year of outstanding International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma results. With average scores significantly exceeding the IB global average, graduates have secured their entrance to some of the very best universities in the world.

Inspired schools posted a remarkable average point score of 35, which is an exceptional outcome for schools that are non-selective. Top end scores were again outstanding, with 31.3% of students at Inspired schools achieving over 38 points, the threshold for Oxbridge entry, and over 18% of Inspired students obtaining more than 40 points.

School highlights include:

  • St. Louis School, Milan, Italy, (37 points), Mirabal International School, Madrid, Spain, (36 points), St George's International School, Montreux, Switzerland, (36 points), International School of Modena, Italy, (35 points) and International School of Monza, Italy, (35 points).
  • 2022 saw the first IB cohorts graduating from PaRK International School, Portugal, and King's College Madrid, Spain, both receiving an average of 35 points.

Nadim M Nsouli, Founder, Chairman & CEO of Inspired Education Group, commented “we are proud of each of our students for the hard work they have put into achieving their ambitions, and they deserve the excellent university destinations and exciting future pathways that such great results deliver.”

Nicholas Wergan, Inspired’s Global Education Director added “this shows the depth of character of our students – results like this require curiosity and aspirations to aim high, and the grit and self-confidence to achieve those dreams; we are delighted for our students at these deserved achievements and grateful to our fantastic teaching teams for enabling this success.”