Below you can find the ranking of London secondary schools that offer the IB Diploma based on their summer 2022 results. The highly selective British schools come out on top, as always, which is not too surprising given their selection process. But several state schools have managed to achieve equally strong results, along with a variety of international schools. The global IB point average was 32.0, so almost all London schools compare favourably. It helps that they have a much higher share of native English speakers than other international schools around the world.
The best results this year were achieved by girls at Godolphin & Latymer School in Hammersmith, closely followed by the boys and girls at King’s College School, Wimbledon.
|1||Godolphin & Latymer School, Hammersmith||42.6|
|2||King’s College School, Wimbledon||41.8|
|3||North London Collegiate School, Edgware||40.4|
|4||Whitgift School, Croydon||40.2|
|5||Ashcroft Technology Academy, Putney||40.0|
|6||École Jeannine Manuel||39.3|
|7||Tonbridge Grammar School, Kent||38.0|
|8||Marymount International School, Surrey||37.0|
|9||Dwight School North London||37.0|
|10||ACS Egham, Surrey||36.0|
|12||Halcyon School, Marble Arch||36.0|
|14||Southbank International School, Westminster||35.8|
|15||ACS Cobham, Surrey||35.5|
|17||Bexley Grammar School, Bexley (state school)||34.0|