Principal says they seem "broadly fair"
King William's College principle Joss Buchanan says the International Baccalaureate Diploma results seem to be "broadly fair".
The upper sixth students were not able to sit exams in May due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so results were based on coursework, predictions and statistical analysis from the examining body.
Mia Hall and Noon Khalil both achieved 42 points out of a maximum of 45 to lead the way.
Mr Buchanan says most students have achieved a result to gain entry to their first choice university.