Strothoff International School Announces Best Ever Results

Dreieich, Germany – Strothoff International School is proud to announce that 97% of this year’s 32 candidates earned an International Baccalaureate Diploma. Candidates had a 35.1 average score, the highest ever for the school, and significantly above the 31.98 World average. As an IB World School, Strothoff International School is particularly proud of 66% of the candidates earning a bilingual diploma and 50% of the candidates are eligible for the Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (HBZ), the abitur equivalency, in alignment with their course choices. 

Additionally a student at Strothoff International School, Sharyn Cao, has earned the highest possible result – a perfect 45 score. Sharyn anticipates studying mechanical engineering in the fall in Switzerland or Germany. Sharyn’s father, Mr. PingPing Cao stated, “We are very much grateful to the encouragement and help of all the teachers, school leaders of the school and feel very lucky having attended the Strothoff School. You raised Sharyn in her development not only in academics but also in her personal character.” 

Strothoff International School also celebrates the strong achievements of other students, one of whom earned a 44, and 22% of which earned a 40 or higher. A total of 31% of students were at 38 or higher and 78% of students scored above the world average. This class also earned a total of 40 7s in individual course assessments, the perfect score for those assessments. 

Head of School, Bjorn Walden, said of the class, “The school is incredibly proud of our Class of 2022. Their academic excellence is a testament to their hard work and the support of their teachers. We look forward to supporting their forthcoming pursuits and are thankful for their time at the school.” 

Strothoff International School, a not-for-profit school and a member of the Phorms Education network of schools, is an IB World School located just 8 km south of Frankfurt in Dreieich, Germany. The public may find out more information about admissions or the school as a whole at

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