FIS International Stream IB students this year have achieved a 95% pass rate compared to a world average of 79.3%. The average score is 34.1. This compares favourably to a world average of 30.24. A creditable 50% of our students scored 35-40 points and a huge 71% scored 30-39 points.
Mr Ian Clayton, Head of the International Stream and Deputy Head of FIS said: "We are incredibly proud of the diligence and perseverance of each and every one of our students and their teachers. We continue to monitor and accompany each of our students over the summer in finalizing their optimized university choices."
FIS was established in 1963 as one of the first international schools in Hong Kong. The school offers two streams: the French and International Streams, preparing students towards the French Baccalaureate and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. In 1988, FIS became the first school in Hong Kong to be authorized as an IB World School.
For over 50 years, IB programmes have gained a reputation for their rigour and high academic standards, for preparing students for life in a globalized 21st century, and for helping to develop citizens who will create a better, more peaceful world.