Fairview International School, Bridge of Allan, celebrated global standard success with its Middle Years Programme (MYP) qualification results.

The school, which delivers the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum and is the only school in Scotland to offer an uninterrupted continuum through IB education for students aged five to 18, announced that the entire cohort of its MYP pupils achieved the full MYP certificate.

Collectively, the remarkable class exceeded by four points the global average score calculated by the International Baccalaureate Organization and based on the 2022 MYP assessment results. 

There was particular success in the students’ personal projects, which garnered an average score of 6.13 out of the possible seven, well above the 2022 global average of 4.2. 

Fairview’s art class obtained perfect sevens across the board. With each subject graded from one to seven, any score over five ranks within the top 37 per cent of IB schools, while a seven places students in the top 2.8 per cent.

The school’s top performing student excelled with a score of 49 points out of a possible 56, placing them inside the top 8 per cent globally.

Fairview’s first cohort of students to pass through the MYP have set a high standard for future year groups.

The students will now move on to the Diploma Programme for their final two years of school, the gold standard for pre-university education. 

Fairview is holding an open afternoon on 26 October from 3.30-6.30pm where you can learn more about the IB and scholarship opportunities. To register your attendance, contact enquiries@fairviewinternational.uk