Repton School Dubai celebrates the academic excellence of its students in this year’s International Baccalaureate (IB) final assessments, attaining an average score of 36 in the IB Diploma programme, and an overall100% pass rate in both the IBDP and IBCP courses.
Repton students have displayed top results in their final internal assessments, fulfilling the school’s core aims in the rigorous pursuit of academic excellence. This year’s achievements have resulted in admission offers from Russell Group institutions and some of the most prestigious universities in the world, including the University of Oxford, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of Edinburgh, University College London (UCL), and the University of Manchester, to name a few.
David Cook, Headmaster at Repton Dubai and Chief Education Officer of the Repton Family of Schools in the UAE, expressed his delight at the students’ excellent results: “We are proud that our students have passed their IB programme with impressive scores and have done themselves and the school proud this year. At Repton Dubai, academic excellence is part of our DNA and our students have consistently displayed phenomenal performances in their assessments. I would like to thank all our teachers and parents for their passion, hard work and dedication, supporting our students to do their absolute best and end the academic year on the highest possible note.”
Ibrahim Usmani scored 43 points and will study Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford
Ibrahim Usmani, part of the 2022 graduating IB cohort scored an outstanding 43 points and will pursue his studies at the University of Oxford for the distinguished Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) programme. Head boy, Baraj Kohli, and Head girl, Daphne Fabrehave demonstrated exceptional performances, securing placements at the University of Edinburgh and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, respectively.
With aspirations to become a psychologist, Phoebe Stockton received offers from the University of Birmingham, Warwick University, Exeter University and the University of Bath. Furthermore, Arabella Blake will complete her undergraduate degree in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, London.
Head Girl, Daphne Fabre attains 43 points in the IB Diploma, and will be attending the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
In addition, several Reptonians have also secured placements in prestigious universities across the world, including Durham University, the University of Leeds and the University of Sussex in the UK, University of British Columbia in Canada, as well as Hult International Business School in New York, Pratt Institute, and University of Amsterdam.
Repton Dubai has offered the IB programme since 2011 and continues to maintain exceptional performances each year. Its forward-thinking Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programme enables its teachers to thrive in a student-engaging environment, encouraging an open-minded and nurturing teaching approach that supports students in honing and developing their intellectual skills, overcoming real-world challenges and achieving outstanding results.
Rated ‘Outstanding’ by the KHDA since 2014, the Nad Al Sheba campus uses an inclusive teaching methodology, continuously delivering outstanding value to high-performing students. It also offers additional in-depth support to students faced with academic and personal challenges.
Repton School Dubai achieves the highest average points per student of 36 in the IB Diploma programme with 61% of students scoring above 35 points
With over 80 student nationalities, of which 70% are non-native English speakers, the innovative curriculum offers the highest standard of academic excellence; focusing on each student’s individual needs to maximise their future career opportunities. With Reptonians attaining spectacular results in their final IB examinations, this passionate and dedicated approach has resulted in success stories within the 2022 IB cohort.
|Ibrahim Usmani||43||University of Oxford||Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)|
|Baraj Kohli||37||University of Edinburgh||Law|
|Daphne Fabre||43||University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||Business|
The 2022 graduating IB2 cohort can view their results on their Repton Passport, the region’s first K-12 blockchain-secured multimedia digital portfolio launched in June 2022 by the Repton Family of Schools. Their results will be displayed along with their academic and extra-curricular accomplishments during their tenure at the school. With their Repton Passports, where they receive, store and manage their credentials, students can easily share records for university, job applications and other opportunities.