With 97.6 percent success in the first round of the Baccalaureate, all series combined, and 79.9 percent of baccalaureate holders obtaining a mention of which 18.6 percent were “Very Good”, the 2023 exam results confirm the quality of Monaco’s education system, the Government said on Tuesday, July 4.

“These remarkable results are the fruit of an unfailing commitment on the part of the entire staff and exemplary student involvement. They honour the Principality and testify, once again, to the excellence of its teaching,” the Government said. A total of 98.7 percent of students in the general series of Lycée Albert Ier and Lycée François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré, passed their exams, with 263 mentions.

For the technological series at the Lycée Albert Ier and the Lycée Rainier III, 98.1 percent of pupils were passed, with 38 mentions.

“The Prince’s Government sends its most sincere congratulations to all the graduates for their investment and continuous work, which made these very good results possible. The Government would also like to thank the management, as well as the teaching and non-teaching staff of each establishment for their commitment and the quality of the support they provide to students. Finally, the Government thanks the Department of National Education, Youth and Sports for its commitment.”

ORIGINAL SOURCE: Monaco Government Press Service