The Middle Years Programme (MYP) is a holistic and student-centered educational framework designed by the International Baccalaureate (IB) organization for students aged 11 to 16. Through a diverse range of subjects and interdisciplinary connections, MYP fosters a well-rounded education that prepares students for the challenges of the modern world while promoting a love for learning.
MYP encourages students to make connections between subjects, fostering a holistic understanding of knowledge. This interdisciplinary approach enhances critical thinking skills and prepares students for the complexities of the modern world.
Approaches to Learning (ATL)
We emphasize the development of essential skills such as communication, research, and self-management through ATL. These skills are crucial for academic success and lifelong learning.
Service as Action
MYP promotes a sense of social responsibility through service as action. Students engage in meaningful community service, developing a deep understanding of global issues and a commitment to positive change.
Personal Project (High School)
In the final year of MYP, students undertake a personal project, allowing them to explore a passion or interest in-depth. This project develops research, communication, and self-management skills while fostering a sense of autonomy and creativity.