Sixth Form cohort on IB Diploma Programme record excellent results
The largest Sixth Form cohort on our IB Diploma Programme has recorded excellent results, with pupils heading all over the world to pursue their university studies.
The class of 2019 represents Charterhouse’s largest cohort of pupils pursuing the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), and our leavers will be taking up offers at some of the world’s most prestigious institutions.
Our IBDP graduates have maintained an average points score well beyond the international average, and as well as this overall success, there are some exceptional individual achievements.
In the UK:
- Jason Tucknott achieved 41 points and will read Law at LSE
- Laura Chami (Social Sciences) and Nicholas Connelly (History, Politics and Economics) will take up their courses at UCL, both with 39 points
- Samuel Rackind attained 39 points and will read Philosophy and Politics at Durham
- William Craig, with 38 points, will study Medical Biosciences at Imperial
- Ivy League successes include Jahnavi Mehta achieving 42 points to Columbia, and Talia Satcha with 39 points to Brown
- Krishiv Makhija achieved 41 points and will go to NYU Stern Business School
- Anna Montagna will take up her place at the very prestigious Bocconi University
Mr Simon Brian, Deputy Head (Academic), was very pleased with what Charterhouse pupils have achieved, and commented: “We’re delighted with how our pupils have embraced the ethos of the IBDP; they have been utterly determined in their studies and committed to the wonderful academic breadth it fosters. Our leavers have forged the strong lifelong learning habits that we hope all of our pupils will develop. Furthermore, it has been a delight to see how pupils have made the very most of the breadth and depth of expertise in their teachers at Charterhouse, and that their academic independence has been recognised so fully in these excellent IBDP results. The future continues to look promising too: we have over one hundred pupils on our IB programme from September 2019, and we remain proud of our status as an IB World School.”