Queensland Academies Students Achieve Perfect Scores in Global Curriculum

We are thrilled to announce that three students – Ailis Rogers and Amy Zhou (both from the Health Sciences Campus) and Isabella Juria (from the Science, Mathematics and Technology Campus) have achieved International Baccalaureate Diploma scores of 45 points.

These are perfect IB Diploma scores and are achieved by only approximately 1.3 % of students who undertake this course world-wide.

Isabella is preparing to study a dual degree in Biomedical Engineering and Business in Sydney. She has always been interested in science and innovation; and wants to apply this in the health and medical field.

Ailis is excited to be relocating into one of the residential colleges at the University of Queensland and is planning to study a Bachelor of Arts and of Laws.

Amy found out about her perfect score while participating as a tutor at the National Chemistry Olympiad Summer School in Canberra; and is planning to study a Bachelor of Science Advanced (with Honours) at Griffith University.

Overall, Queensland Academies students achieved outstanding results in 2016 with 52 students achieving scores of 40 or better. These young men and women have attained these globally recognised academic outcomes while still maintaining a sense of life balance through commitment to sport, cultural endeavours and community service.

 Congratulations to all our outstanding graduates and we look forward to following to sharing their alumni stories.

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