Aloha College Marbella achieves its highest average score ever in IB exams

Congratulations to the Class of 2021 on their exceptional IB results. They have achieved a 100% pass rate with an outstanding average of 37.4 points, the highest in the history of Aloha College Marbella.

Students from more than 150 countries take the IB Diploma every year. The current world average grade points for the May 2021 session is 33.02 points, while the worldwide diploma pass rate has been 88.96%.

One third of our students attained 40 points or above, including our Head Student who obtained the maximum score of 45 points.

In a year of disruption, our students’ dedication was phenomenal, and we are extremely proud  of their inquisitive nature and committed approach to their IB studies. This set of excellent results will enable our students to proceed to the world’s best universities.

Our school leavers of 2021 are responsible, knowledgeable and caring young people who will help to create a better and more respectful world.

Now, please, a special mention to the students who have achieved 40 points or above:

Adriana León Villares (45)
Anna Elena Reisbeck (43)
Evelina Stanikova (43)
Kasper Nilsson (42)
James Chatland Lopez-Pozas (42)
Caio Simon (41)
Lauren Heath (41)
Nicolás Benet Vincenti (41)
Mencía de la Linde Martín (41)
Harald Hauke Arriola (40)
Majdouline Berrada El Azizi (40)

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