Advantages of the IB and how we differ from other programs:
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The subjects are focused not only on content but on personal reflection based on practical and individual work in each of them.
There are also final exams in the first and second year of high school, as well as a final essay and a series of extra-academic activities to complete your curriculum.
In our school we teach Spanish and literature, English, French, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Sports Sciences and Philosophy according to modality.
Our students take the exam at the end of high school. In addition, the projects they have to do are evaluated externally. Each subject is worth 7 points and core subjects are worth 3, up to a maximum of 45. The minimum score to pass is 24 points.
Our students study both programs at the same time. This means that they will have subjects whose contents are governed exclusively by the national plan and others that integrate the contents of both programs.
Taking the DP allows students to be responsible for their own learning. It provides them with tools for self-management and self-planning. As well as encourages critical thinking and allows each student to set limits on everything they want to achieve during their high school years.
An IB student at the Meres International School acquires throughout their training personal qualities and knowledge, skills and abilities that will allow them to successfully adapt to any academic or work challenge.
We not only prepare students to enter university, but to effectively complete their entire academic career.
Yes. Currently, prestigious universities spread across Europe, Asia, America and Oceania have developed recognition policies for IBO students. Diploma Program students acquire such complete training that they can choose to apply for admission to any university of their choice.