dpWhat is the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme?

It is a comprehensive and challenging two-year upper secondary school curriculum leading to the award of a diploma.It provides an international university entrance qualification.
Course work is both internally and externally moderated together with externally set examinations at the end of the two-year course study. The Programme is unique in that it allows for subject specialisation as well as providing a breadth of subject study.
Aim of the IB Programme:

The general aim of the IB Diploma programme is to provide students with a balanced education; to facilitate geographic and cultural mobility; and to promote international understanding through a shared academic experience.

The core of the curriculum model consists of three elements.

We offer the following subjects in the IB Diploma programme:

Group 1: Swedish Language and Literature HL/SL, English Literature HL/SL, English Language and Literature HL/SL, Self- taught language A Literature SL

Group 2: English B HL/SL, French B HL/SL, Swedish B HL/SL, Spanish B HL/SL, French Ab Initio SL, Spanish Ab Initio SL, Self- taught language A Literature SL

Group 3: History HL/SL, Economics HL/SL, Psychology SL/HL.

Group 4: Biology HL/SL, Physics HL/SL, ESS SL ( Environmental systems and societies).

Group 5: Mathematics HL/SL, Mathematical Studies SL

Group 6: Chemistry HL/SL, Visual Arts HL/SL, Geography HL/SL, Film HL/SL, Self- taught language A Literature SL, Online Course SL (For subjects not offered at the school. Requires prior consultation. Choices can be found on: www.pamojaeducation.com)

Note: HL is Higher Level and SL is Standard Level and Subjects offered and subject choices can change. 

Our students' results

IB Results 2018 graduates

Average points at SIS: 34

Average points worldwide: 29.78

Highest possible points: 45

Highest points awarded to an SIS student: 43

SIS Class of 2018 acceptances include:

  • Utrecht
  • Maastricht
  • Leiden
  • KTH
  • Bath
  • UCL
  • Tallinn
  • Groningen
  • Dublin
  • Babson
  • King’s
  • Northeastern
  • Charles
  • Bristol
  • McGill
  • UBC
  • Oberlin
  • Clark
  • Toronto
  • Carlton
  • Williams
  • NYU Shanghai