11 December 2018 - 4 Tevet 5779 - ד' טבת ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Strong results for students at Elsa High School E-mail

Mrs Rachel Friedmann, Principal of the Carmel School Association in Hong Kong, recently announced the results of the Elsa High School 2017 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).

The overall results of Class of 2017 exceeded the global IB average by several points. This is testament to the cohort’s hard work and perseverance over the two years of the Diploma, and to the personalised education provided by a high-quality faculty.

The overall average Diploma score was 34.5. Three students were awarded the Bilingual Diploma. And of particular note this year was the outstanding achievement of Saar Shtoser, who was awarded the perfect IBscoreof45outof45–the second student to achieve this in Elsa’s short history.

Commenting on Saar’s exceptional accomplishment, Mrs Friedmann said: “Saar is Elsa’s first student to study Hebrew Language A: Literature, which he did at Higher Level. In writing his other subjects in English, Saar was awarded a Bilingual Diploma, the highest-level IB Diploma, and in the view of many, the most prestigious High School graduating qualification in the world. Two other students who studied Mandarin as their Language A also received Bilingual Diplomas. We are delighted by these outstanding results, reaching new heights both at Hong Kong and global levels. Please join me in sending our warmest Mazal Tov wishes to the graduates and their families.”

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