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St. Leonards School is a coeducational independent school in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. The school was founded by the University of St. Andrews in 1877 due to the increasing demand in girls education, becoming coeducational in 1999. The school offers boarding facilities for students from the age of 12. The senior school teaches GCSE and IGCSE before students move on to study the IB Diploma.
The average score of students at St. Leonards is 34 (2016) compared to the IBO average of 28.56
St. Leonards has a Selective policy. Information about their entry criteria can be found on their website.
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St. Leonards does not offer the MYP but may offer similar courses.