Examination Results

Despite being an academically non-selective school, we are very proud of our long track record of examination success in all of the programmes we offer.

Below you will find the key pass rates, grades and scores of certifying examinations, with comparisons versus global or national averages, as well as information on the major university destinations of the past year.

IB Diploma pass rate
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IB Diploma average points
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% 40-45 point IBDP
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Number of perfect 45 point diplomas
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% Bilingual IB Diplomas
% Bilingual IB Diplomas

IB Career-related Programme pass rate
IB Career-related Programme pass rate

Maturité Suisse pass rate
Maturité Suisse pass rate

% A*-C IGCSE pass rate
% A*-C IGCSE pass rate

Number of IB diploma candidates

La Grande Boissière146137148141139146135145146138135141
La Châtaigneraie9910410311395123102111120122120123
Campus des Nations323354586060566557707266
Ecolint Total276277308312294329293321323330327330

IBDP pass rate

La Grande Boissière949592939496939795959696
La Châtaigneraie959792999596989998949598
Campus des Nations9197929410093919791969395

IBDP average points

La Grande Boissière34333233.533.334.43334.234.633.734.335
La Châtaigneraie34353435353535343535.53636
Campus des Nations3432343434.334353634.23633.235

Maturité pass rate


College and University Destinations in 2019

In 2019 a total of 180 students were accepted into UK universities, 88 in North America, 51 in Switzerland and 54 elsewhere. 3 students were admitted to Cambridge and 3 to Oxford. Favoured destinations in the UK were Durham (16), Exeter (14), Bath (10), University College London (10) and Imperial College London (7). Of those students admitted to universities in the UK, 55% will be attending Russell Group Schools.

While 88 students were admitted to the customary wide range of North American universities, McGill (15) continues to be by far the favoured destination.

For those who chose to remain in Switzerland (54), 13 students were admitted to the École Hôtelière de Lausanne, 10 to the École Polytechnique de Lausanne (EPFL) and 11 to the University of Geneva.

54 Students were admitted into universities outside Switzerland, the UK and North America. These schools included: American University of Paris, Università Bocconi, Trinity College Dublin and Kyoto University. Thirteen students were admitted to universities in the Netherlands.