For the third straight year, the school has achieved a 100 percent pass rate and students performed exceptionally well, setting new standards in international academic excellence. St Louis' 2017 International Baccalaureate (IB) students scored an average of 37 IB points, placing it in the top 10 percent of IB schools worldwide. Thirty percent of the IB students at St Louis School achieved scores of 40 points or more, placing them amongst the top 5 percent IB students around the world.
Over the past three consecutive years, the school's average score has been 36/37 IB points with record results of 37 points for the past two years, more than 7 points higher than the global average of 29.8 points. The St Louis School students also gained outstanding International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and Terza media scores in the earlier years. This year's graduates were accepted by top universities in the US, UK, Italy and all over the world.