July 25, 2024

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Canadian International School of Hong Kong Students Achieve Impressive IB Diploma Results

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Canadian International School of Hong Kong is pleased to celebrate the impressive International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP) results and university acceptances of its Class of 2024 IB graduates. At CDNIS, the 102 strong cohort achieved and average IB Diploma score of 38 points. Four students achieved a score of 44 points, and another four securing 43 points. Thirty-eight percent of the cohort achieved 40 points or more and 10 students received the bilingual diploma. These results once again place CDNIS among the top international schools in the world. With one of the largest IB Diploma cohorts in Hong Kong and 14 years of experience awarding the IB Diploma, CDNIS has developed a robust and flexible IB programme. Students benefit from personalized timetables and a supportive, internationally-minded learning environment, which together foster exceptional academic results.

Members of the Class of 2024 received more than 700 offers from over 120 universities in 12 countries – including 17 medical and dental school offers and six law school offers.

CDNIS is the only school outside of Canada to offer both the IB Diploma and the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). This dual diploma programme equips students with a balanced and globally recognized education. Designed to provide a comprehensive education without doubling the workload, the IBDP and OSSD curricula are highly complementary. CDNIS teachers ensure that classroom instruction covers the requirements of both programmes efficiently, allowing students to excel academically while enjoying a rich variety of course options tailored to their interests and strengths. The dual diploma programme also facilitates a seamless transition to post-secondary institutions worldwide, reflecting the school’s commitment to academic excellence and global readiness.

CDNiS student Haleigh Cheang will study Medicine in Hong Kong.

Another key strength of CDNIS is its outstanding university counselling programme. The dedicated team of four University Counsellors works closely with students, guiding them through the complex post-secondary application process. This personalized support has resulted in CDNIS students receiving offers from some of the most prestigious universities worldwide, including Cornell University, Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Oxford, Sciences Po, Imperial College London, Johns Hopkins University, McGill University, The University of Edinburgh, The University of Hong Kong, UCL, University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Toronto. The Class of 2024 alone received more than 700 offers from over 120 universities in 12 countries and have been offered more than HK$13.6 million in scholarships to study at these institutions.

CDNIS student Marco Koerner will study Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London.

As a leading International Baccalaureate school, a CDNIS education is about more than just exam results. The IB programme fosters well-rounded development by cultivating creativity, physical activity, and community service. This approach aims to produce young adults with the skills and mindset to positively impact the world around them. The IB empowers students to thrive in our interconnected global society, promoting principles of inclusivity and open-mindedness.

CDNIS student Teya Hetherington will study Commerce at McGill University.

CDNIS prides itself on its innovation in education, its global outlook and global citizenship. CDNIS is dedicated to nurturing well-rounded individuals who excel not only in academics but also in a wide range of athletic, artistic, and extracurricular pursuits. With nearly 90 sports teams and more than 80 clubs to choose from, the school encourages students to get involved and develop their talents and interests beyond the classroom.

CDNIS student Victoria Chu will study Medicine at HKU.

CDNIS also places a strong emphasis on community service, fostering a sense of social responsibility and global citizenship from an early age. CDNIS students have long-standing relationships with numerous organizations, including Habitat for Humanity, Feeding Hong Kong, Impact Hong Kong, Hands On Hong Kong, Christian Action, and Crossroads, which continue well after they have graduated. Their dedication to making a positive impact on the world demonstrates the unique and impactful ways CDNIS students contribute to society.

CDNIS is immensely proud of its students’ achievements, both in the classroom and beyond. The school’s unique dual diploma programme, combined with a vibrant, supportive, and diverse community, work in tandem to prepare students for remarkable success in their future academic and professional endeavours. Whether excelling in the sciences, spearheading impactful community service initiatives, or representing the school on the global stage in the arts or athletics, CDNIS students consistently demonstrate an unwavering commitment to excellence that inspires the entire school community. The holistic educational experience provided at CDNIS equips graduates with the knowledge, skills, and strength of character to thrive as leaders and innovators, poised to make a lasting difference in an ever-changing world.

For more information or to apply, please visit www.cdnis.edu.hk.


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