We asked IB World Schools to reflect on their IB journeys, why they wanted to offer IB programmes and how the IB has impacted their school communities. Read about our schools’ experiences in the case studies below.
Bilingual European School — Milan, Italy
The Bilingual European School in Milan—a local school with an international flavor—has offered the Primary Years Programme (PYP) since 2010 and delivers its curriculum in Italian and English.
British International School Istanbul — Istanbul, Turkey
British International School Istanbul became an IB World School offering the Diploma Programme (DP) in 1997, and has grown to be one of the leading international schools in Turkey.
Read case study: The IB is a guarantee for our students and staff (PDF, 4.7 MB)
École Jeannine Manuel International School — Paris, France
École Jeannine Manuel International School has offered the DP since 1980 and has three fundamental components: it's a French school, a bilingual school and an international school all at once.
Read case study: 40 years celebrating diversity and understanding (PDF, 3.6 MB)
International College Spain — Madrid, Spain
International College Spain in Madrid became an IB World School in 1980, offering the DP. Since then, the school has expanded to offer the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the PYP.
Read case study: 40 years of excellence, innovation and success (PDF, 4 MB)
Sagesse High School — Beirut, Lebanon
Sagesse High School is a Catholic school in Beirut teaching the DP since 1995. The school has offered a broad curriculum for its cohort, which has helped its alumni to first-choice universities.
Read case study: Providing a lifetime of educational benefits (PDF, 5.4 MB)