The Middle Years Program (MYP) is a rigorous framework that inspires children to draw meaningful parallels between the topics they study in school and the wider world.
The MYP curriculum framework includes eight subject groups, offering a wide and balanced education for early adolescents. Each subject group requires at least 50 hours of teaching time per year.
Implementing the MYP is a school-wide endeavour that is designed to be inclusive; students of all academic interests and abilities can benefit from their participation.
After completing the MYP, students are well-prepared for higher education, including national and international programs.
Research suggests that the Diploma Programme has several benefits. The curriculum strives to build well-rounded, physically, academically, emotionally, and ethically sound students.
The Diploma Programme (DP) curriculum includes six subject groups and the DP core, which includes TOK, CAS, and the extended essay. Students reflect on information, conduct independent study, and complete a community service project.