Bangalore : In keeping up with the legacy of the school, once again the students of Canadian International School ( CIS ) recorded outstanding results in IB exam 2022. Diya Krishna from CIS has scored the maximum 45 points while two students Paavani Arora and Sashwat Sethuraman have scored 44 points. Overall 14 students have scored 40 and above. The IB DP is one of the highest-regarded school qualifications accepted by leading universities worldwide.
“Diya really enjoyed her experience at CIS. She has been a consistently strong student for many years and we are really proud of this achievement. Diya’s only regret is that she wasn’t able to experience her last years in high school in person as much as she would have wanted due to Covid closures but she is looking forward to studying design in university.” said Mrs. Krishna, Diya Krishna’s parent.
“We are incredibly proud of our students and would like to congratulate them on their brilliant IB exam results. They have shown exemplary hard work, resilience, and talent to excel at an extremely rigorous global examination. We wish them continued success as they move on to university and beyond and we are confident they will continue to excel in the years to come.”, said Shweta Sastri, Managing Director, Canadian International School Bangalore.
“These outstanding results are a testimony to the capability of our amazing teachers and the success of the holistic, world-class education offered by our school. We could not be prouder of our students, who faced uncertainty in the midst of the pandemic and never faltered in their determination to succeed in their courses. On behalf of our entire school community I extend our congratulations to all our future positive changemakers, said Dr Ted Mockrish, Head of School, Canadian International School Bangalore.
This year’s results will once again enable CIS students to go on to study at some of the very prestigious institutions in the world such as University of Pennsylvania-US, Duke University-US, Imperial College of London-UK, NUS College- Singapore, McGill University- Canada, Rice university- US, University of St Andrews – Scotland, and many more.