Sixth formers at North London Collegiate are in the top 4 per cent of students worldwide in the academically challenging IB exam, with an average point score of 42. This year’s results, showing an increase on the 41.4 points achieved in 2016, make NLCS one of the top performing IB schools in the country. It is the eleventh year in a row that the average score attained by students has exceeded 40 points. The UK average this year was 36.4 points. Two girls at North London Collegiate achieved perfect scores of 45 points out of 45, a standard reached by only 146 students of the 60,000 internationally last year. Congratulations to all our IB girls for all their hard work!