The International Baccalaureate (IB)

Founded in 1968, the International Baccalaureate has earned a reputation as the gold standard for highly engaged students. The IB encourages students to think across disciplines, seek their own answers to confounding questions, and develop a lifelong love of learning. Your IB diploma tells the world that you embrace complexity, you see beyond borders, and you apply your knowledge in the wider world.

In summary, the IB Program:

  1.  Fosters critical thinking
  2.  Offers academic breadth and depth
  3.  Integrates learning across subjects
  4.  Creates independent learners who feel prepared
  5.  Provides global perspective
  6.  Develops qualities (IB Learner Profile) needed for changing world
  7.  Teaches outstanding time management
  8.  Assesses original thought, not examination techniques
  9.  Gives opportunity to earn significant university credit

IB learner Profile 

Early Childhood Education

Primary Years Programme

The PYP offers an inquiry-based, transdisciplinary curriculum framework that builds conceptual understanding. It is a student-centered approach to education that reflects the best of educational research, thought leadership and experience derived from IB World Schools.

Grades Pre-K-4
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Middle Years Programme

The MYP aims to develop active learners and internationally minded young people who can empathize with others and pursue lives of purpose and meaning. The programme empowers students to inquire into a wide range of issues and ideas of significance locally, nationally and globally. The result is young people who are creative, critical and reflective thinkers.

Grade 5-10

IB Diploma Programme

The DP is an internationally recognized pre-university program, known for its challenging curriculum that develops critical thinking, spirit of inquiry, exceptional written and oral communication skills, and global perspective. IB courses are characterized by an emphasis on depth over breadth, requiring students to question not just their answers, but indeed question their sources.

Grades 11-12