Congratulations to our graduating class of 2017 students for the results achieved as our second graduating cohort. Stamford is proudly a non-selective school, offering 3 different pathways for students from all cultures and backgrounds, to access a high quality international education to realize their individual academic ambitions.

Each year we see growth in students pursuing either the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP), or the Advanced Placement International Diploma (APID).  

Class of 2017

52 students in Cohort


International Baccalaureate Diploma


Advanced Placement International Diploma


United States High School Diploma

At Stamford, we embrace diversity and offer opportunities for students from wide-ranging backgrounds, which fosters cultural appreciation and a global outlook. 
The 2017 graduating cohort comprised 25 nationalities:

(Others with 1: Austria, Belgium, China, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, Nepal, Russia, Philippines)

IB Diploma

Average Score on DP Exams

Stamford American

World Average

Average grade obtained in DP Exams

Stamford American

*2015 World Average

Bilingual IB Diploma

The Bilingual Diploma is a prestigious accomplishment and is achieved when students study two languages at native or near native level.

13.5% of Stamford American DP Cohort

IB Growth Indicators

% of IBDP Students

% of IBDP Students

Advanced Placement (AP) Results

Advanced Placement courses are offered from Grade 10 to Grade 12. Students may elect to take AP courses which contribute university credits. The growth of students accessing AP courses is growing annually at around 40%.  We congratulate our students for their excellent AP scores for 2016-2017.

Average grade obtained in AP Exams

Stamford American

World Average

Students scored a 3 or higher on AP Exams

Stamford American

World Average

Students scored a 5 on AP Exams

Stamford American

World Average

AP Growth Indicators

AP Average Scores

Class of 2017 University Offers

Our students have been accepted into competitive universities around the world including:  London School of Economics, Kings College London, McGill University, Emory University, University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, Rhode Island School of Design, University of California San Diego, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of Durham, University of St. Andrews, University of Warwick, University of Sydney, University of Hong Kong, Waseda University and more.

University Offers: Students Applied

1. 100% of applicants received at least one offer
2. country university destinations represented: USA, UK, Canada, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Japan

University Offers by Country

Class of 2017 University offers

USAUniversity of North Carolina – Chapel Hill * University of Southampton
American UniversityUniversity of Portland *University of Warwick (4) *
Babson College *University of San DiegoUniversity of York (3)
Baylor University (2) *University of San Francisco (2) *Wimbledon College of the Arts: UAL
Boston University (2) *University of Texas - Austin
College of WoosterUniversity of Texas – Dallas (2)Canada
Elon UniversityUniversity of VermontAcadia University *
Emory University (2) *Wake Forest UniversityGuelph University
Fordham UniversityWhittier CollegeMcGill University (2)
Hawai’i Pacific UniversityMount Allison University
Hult International Business School *UKQueens University
Indiana University – Fort WayneArts University Bournemouth (2)Simon Fraser University (2)
Johnson & Wales UniversityCentral Film SchoolSt. Mary’s University
Kansas State University *Durham UniversityUniversity of British Columbia (4) *
Lehigh UniversityIstituto Marangoni LondonUniversity of Ottawa
Loyola Marymount UniversityKing’s College London (7) *University of Toronto (3) **
Maryland Ins tute College of ArtLancaster UniversityUniversity of Victoria
Michigan State University *London School of Economics *
New York University (3) **Loughborough University Singapore
Northeastern University (2) *Met Film SchoolCurtin University Singapore
Nova Southeastern University *Nottingham Trent UniversityJames Cook University Singapore
Pace UniversityOxford Brookes UniversitySingapore Management University
Pepperdine UniversityPlymouth College of ArtNanyang Technological University, Singapore
Purdue UniversityQueen Mary University of London (2National University of Singapore
Purdue University - NorthwestRoyal Holloway University of London (3)
Pratt InstituteSchool of Oriental and African StudiesNetherlands
Rhode Island School of Design (2) *University College BirminghamErasmus University College
Rochester Institute of TechnologyUniversity College London *Erasmus University Rotterdam *
Rutgers UniversityUniversity for the Creative ArtsLeiden University
The State University of New Jersey *University of Bath (3)University of Amsterdam
Savannah College of Art and Design (4) ***University of Birmingham (2)Utrecht University College
School of the Art Ins tute of Chicago (2)University of Brighton
St. Edward’s UniversityUniversity of Bristol (2)Australia
Suffolk UniversityUniversity of East AngliaAustralia National University
Syracuse UniversityUniversity of Edinburgh (3)University New South Wales
Texas Chris an UniversityUniversity of Exeter (5) *University of Sydney *
University of California – San Diego *University of Glasgow *
University of DenverUniversity of Kent (2)Hong Kong
University of HoustonUniversity of LeedsChinese University of Hong Kong
University of HoustonUniversity of Manchester (4) *Hong Kong City University
University of La Verne (2)University of NottinghamHong Kong Polytechnic University
University of Massachusetts - AmherstUniversity of St. AndrewsHong Kong University
Waseda University *


() – more than one Stamford Student accepted to listed university
* – number of Stamford Students who intend to enroll at listed university
Decisions of Singapore National Servicemen and those attending universities on a different cycle are not included here.





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