IB at MLC School
Students undertaking the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
in their final two years at school select one subject from each of six
core study areas, ensuring a breadth of subject choice through
humanities, experimental sciences, mathematics, arts and compulsory
language study. The IB Diploma also requires a CAS component (hours
dedicated to creativity, action and service), Theory of Knowledge
classes and an Extended (5,000 word) Essay in a subject area of the
Once again MLC School girls have achieved at the highest level internationally in the IB. More than 40% of our Year 12 girls in 2019 studied the International Baccalaureate.
Over 64% of our IB candidates achieved an ATAR of 95 or over, an excellent outcome.
Over 76.5% of our IB candidates achieved an ATAR of 90 or over.
We congratulate the following 2019 International Baccalaureate students for their excellent achievements
Vicky Feng (2019 Student Representative Council (SRC) Captain), Annike Lindhout, Olivia Wu (2019 Debating Captain) and Rachel Wang (2019 Vice-Captain), all received a perfect score of 45 (ATAR 99.95), an amazing result, which places them among the top academic achievers worldwide. Forty-five MLC School girls have now received perfect scores over the last ten years.
Congratulations also to Nicole Lin, Capri Maher (2019 Creative Art and Design Captain), Lydia Todoroska (2019 Abbeythorpe House Captain, and Yijun Cui (2019 Badminton Captain) who achieved a score of 44 (ATAR 99.85).
Congratulations to the 2019 MLC School IB girls achieving an ATAR equivalent of 95 and over
MLC School is very proud of the Class of 2019. Some of our girls were offered early entry into University - Vicky Feng has accepted early entry into Princeton University, Annike Lindhout has been Awarded Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Early Entry for Bachelor of Speech and Hearing/Bachelor of Psych Honours, and Charis Chiu has applied to Kings College London and University of Cambridge (Law). Capri Maher has been offered both the UNSW Commerce/Accounting and Commerce/Marketing Co-op Scholarships.
*The above lists may not be a full representation of these achievements. MLC School is reliant on the Year 12 2019 cohort to provide their ATAR result or other information. Details are not made public or provided to the School. In some instances, the UniScore has been used as the ATAR was not available.
Class of 2019 Results Booklet