Students from ACG Parnell College’s International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBPD) have just received confirmation of their final marks for 2020 – and the results are outstanding!
Continuing to grow their reputation for excellence in academic achievement, ACG students performed phenomenally well in their recent examinations to achieve the school’s best ever IBDP scores.
Special mention must also be made of the exceptional results of two standout students:
Principal Damian Watson is delighted with these remarkable results and feels they are a testament not only to the school’s dedicated teaching staff, but also to ACG’s highly motivated students and their incredibly supportive families.
Offering a challenging pre-university course of study, the IDBP emphasises the importance of independent learning. This degree of autonomy enables Year 12 and 13 students gain confidence in their own abilities while developing effective self-management, study and time management skills. These valuable lessons provide students with a significant head-start over their peers and allow IBDP graduates to easily transition to tertiary study and life beyond the classroom.
Previous ACG Parnell College IBDP graduates have gone on to study at top universities in New Zealand and around the world.
About the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
The IBDP is a broad-based, two-year course that challenges students to excel in their studies and promotes both personal and academic achievement. The programme encourages knowledge acquisition and inquiry while developing intercultural understanding, open-mindedness, and the ability to respect and evaluate a range of points of view.
International Baccalaureate qualifications are recognised and respected by leading tertiary institutions and employers across the globe, creating countless opportunities for students to succeed on the international stage.