In the 2015 November session of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Examination, all Diploma students successfully got the Diploma Programme. Congratulations to our first graduating class for an outstanding performance.
The school average was over 33 points, which is higher than the world average (29 points) and the Asian average (31 points). A focus on global education with English as a tool, the efforts of our students and the support of their parents has made this outcome possible.
Our first graduating class was able to be successful with university entry to top universities all over the world not just through the IB but also through completing the Japanese national curriculum, which international schools in Japan do not cover.
With a continuous six-year program of education and guidance, Linden Hall High School provides full support to our students in realising their dreams. The English-immersion program and IB open paths not only to top universities in Japan but around the world.
School Average at 2015 is 33 points (A perfect score for the IB Diploma is 45 points. Our Highest Score is 41 points）
(※the world average is 29 points / the Asian average is 31 points)
|United States of America|
|University of California, Los Angeles|
|University of British Columbia|
|University of Alberta|
|University of Toronto|
|King's College London||University of Birmingham|
|Durham University||SOAS University of London|
|University of St Andrews||University of Reading|
|London School of Economics and Political Science||University of Essex|
|University of Melbourne|
|Australian National University|
|The University of Sydney|
|La Trobe University|
|University of Western Australia|
|National and Public Universities||Private Universities|
|Saga University Faculty of Medicine||Keio University|
|Kyushu University||Waseda University|
|Hiroshima University||International Christian University|
|Tokyo University of Foreign Studies||Sophia University|
|Kagoshima University||Aoyama Gakuin University|
|Japan University of Economics|