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The Aga Khan Mzizima Secondary School has been awarded IB status
by the International Baccalaureate Organisation
AKMSS IB and IGCSE resultsPosted on 01 September 2010
The IB Diploma programme was introduced to AKMSS in September 2006 and 3 cohorts of candidates have completed the programme since then. The school has maintained an excellent performance and has returned an average point score of 30 points, which has been in line with the world average. AKMSS is one of the three schools in
With these excellent results our students have also demonstrated leadership skills, significant community service and a keen interest in extra curricular activities. This has helped many of our students obtain admission to the best universities globally, three students this year being accepted to Ivy Leagues schools – Cornell and Brown. Sakina Dharsee was this year awarded the prestigious International Leader of Tomorrow (ILOT) scholarship from The University of British Columbia (UBC), this being the third year in a row that the scholarship has been awarded to an AKMSS student. Of the total 35 graduates, 80% have obtained placement in top universities in
AKMSS returned outstanding results in the May 2010 IGCSE examinations. Of the 75 candidates, 27 achieved Distinction, 49 Merit and 11 pass. Overall, 36% of the class obtained distinctions improving from 19% in 2009. The top student, Ramanakumar Shankar obtained 7 A* and 1 A and a majority of the IGCSE students have joined our IB Diploma Programme.
The school strives to provide accessible, world-class education which prepares our students to become self-confident, open-minded, articulate and ethical young people with the academic qualifications to enable them to make productive contributions to their own community and the wider society.