Kampala International School Uganda 2019 IB class during their graduation. File Photo.

Kampala International School Uganda has set a record in their 2021 Bilingual Diploma exams by registering 100 per cent pass rate.

According to the statement from the school, the best performing student obtained a score of 40 points while 37.5% of students got 35 points or above but on average, the IB class of 2012 scored 32 points.

“Congratulations to the IB class of 2021 on the achievements of their results” reads the message from KISU.

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The IB Diploma Programme is an alternative to pre- university programmes like the local A-levels and KISU is one of only three schools in Uganda to offer the programme; that is recognized by all leading universities worldwide.

KISU is a non-selective, co-educational school for 2-18 year olds, offering an enhanced English National Curriculum for 2-14 year olds, followed by 2-year IGCSE (Cambridge) courses for 14-16 year olds, and finally the pre–university IB Diploma Programme for 16-18 year olds.

The school has over 600 students from more than 60 nationalities. Staff is drawn mainly from the UK, Canada, Australia, USA, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, and Uganda. This ensures a wide exposure to cultures and languages.

The school which is part of the Ruparelia Group owned by East Africa’s rich man, Sudhir Ruparelia and is built built 14-acre campus in Bukoto and is among the top international schools in East Africa.