Dhirubhai Ambani International School has been ranked 10 th on the Global Top 50 IB Schools 2019 list. Rankings by UK’s Education Advisers are based on the average scores of the passing out IB batch.
Another school from India that made it to the 41 st spot on the list was International School of Bangalore. While Anglo Chinese School, Singapore, was the school to bag the first spot on the list.
“This recognition exemplifies our school’s culture of excellence and is truly a testament to our students’ talent and hard work, and our teachers’ steadfast commitment. We are humbled that in a short span of 16 years our young school has emerged as one of the top-performing schools in the world, alongside schools which were established more than hundred years ago,” said school founder and chairperson Nita Ambani.
Les Webb, managing director of Education Advisers, publisher of the rankings, also said, “In recent years, this IB table has been dominated by famous private UK schools, but now a number of Asian schools, particularly from Singapore and Hong Kong have been overtaking UK schools in the top 10.”