Top Independent IB Schools

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2019 Results

# Avg. Points (2019) Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day £ Board £ Cohort Size Avg. Points (2020)
1 41.3 Godolphin & Latymer School Day Girls 22,595   20 41.3
2 40.7 King's College School - Wimbledon Day Boys (Co-ed 6th form) 22,335   75 41.7
3 40.4 Cheltenham Ladies' College Both Girls 29,280 43,170 25 38.7
4 40.2 Wellington College Both Co-ed 30,375 41,580 96 40.0
5 39.4 Sevenoaks School Both Co-ed 27,585 42,084 224 40.1
6 38.6 Whitgift School Both Boys 20,640 40,140 40 40.0
7 38.0 Ardingly College Both Co-ed 23,985 37,800 45 39.5
8 37.9 King Edward's School - Birmingham Day Boys 13,692   103 39.1
9 37.5 Bromsgrove School Both Co-ed 17,085 38,220 45 39.3
10 37.4 Headington School Both Girls 19,905 40,185 36
11 37.0 Fettes College Both Co-ed 29,925 36,495 40 37.0
12 36.9 Marymount International School Both Girls 24,985 42,305 36 38.0
13 36.5 St Clare's Both Co-ed 20,276 42,204 102 37.0
14 36.2 Haileybury Both Co-ed 26,646 36,144 50 38.0
= 36.2 Southbank International School - Westminster Day Co-ed 31,680   62 36.6
16 36.1 Portsmouth Grammar School Day Co-ed 16,551   22
17 35.6 Stonyhurst College Both Co-ed 20,550 37,350 36.0
18 35.4 Oakham School Both Co-ed 21,360 35,010 63 36.7
19 35.1 Brentwood School Both Co-ed 19,800 38,799 33
20 34.7 King Edward's Witley Both Co-ed 21,285 34,050 127
21 34.5 Worth School Both Co-ed 24,570 35,220 39
22 34.3 Bedford School Both Boys 19,842 33,558 28
23 34.1 ACS Egham International School Day Co-ed 25,870   51 36.0
= 34.1 Christ's Hospital Both Co-ed 23,310 35,850 28 35.9
25 33.9 Windermere School Both Co-ed 18,300 32,280 34 32.7
26 33.8 Felsted School Both Co-ed 24,495 37,485 29 34.0
27 33.6 Charterhouse School Both Co-ed 33,630 40,695 58
= 33.6 St Edward's School - Oxford Both Co-ed 31,590 39,480 74
29 33.1 Dwight School London Day Co-ed 23,280   22 35.0
30 33.0 St Leonards School Both Co-ed 15,474 37,452 61
= 33.0 TASIS - The American School in England Both Co-ed 25,605 47,565 43 35.0
32 32.7 King William's College Both Co-ed 23,250 34,250 55 32.8
33 32.3 Taunton School Both Co-ed 20,070 37,380 24 36.0
34 32.2 Bryanston School Both Co-ed   39,693 24 33.0
35 32.0 ACS Hillingdon International School Day Co-ed 25,890   22 36.0
= 32.0 International School of London, London Day Co-ed 26,820   37
37 31.9 ACS Cobham International School Both Co-ed 27,650 47,870 78 35.0
38 31.4 Halcyon London International School Day Co-ed 26,352   24 35.0
39 31.0 Box Hill School Both Co-ed 20,220 36,450 24 32.5
= 31.0 Scarborough College Both Co-ed 15,282 30,165 20
= 31.0 Rossall School Both Co-ed 13,740 35,085 20 34.0

This table lists the Top Independent IB Schools in the UK based on 2019 IB Diploma results. These positions are compiled from the average points achieved by sixth formers taking the Diploma Programme of the IB. The International Baccalaureate Organisation refuses to publish results and we have had to collect these statistics by asking each school individually. We show two league tables - the first for schools with a cohort of IB DP students of 20 or more and the second with cohorts of 10-19 students. Schools entering fewer than 10 candidates are not included. The IB is a relatively new qualification in the UK and therefore some designated IB schools will not yet have any results to publish. Only a handful of schools offer the IB DP exclusively. Most IB schools are also offering A levels as an alternative, in which case the IB cohort is often in the minority. This is especially true of the smaller cohort IB schools.

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Notes

  1. We make every effort to obtain results for every independent school, but there are sometimes a few gaps in our data, because the information is not freely available or because a school will not supply it. In most cases this applies to schools that would not appear in the top quartile of the table.
  2. Sometimes grades improve as a result of appeals or remarks and we may update the data periodically, as long it does not distort the results of schools which have not given us their remarks. We encourage all schools to supply corrections or additions by contacting us at info@educationadvisers.co.uk.
  3. Exam results are not the only criteria by which to judge a school. Schools at the top of this table are very selective on their admissions. Be aware that your child may not necessarily thrive in a high pressure academic environment. Please contact us for advice on choosing the right school.
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