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ACS Cobham

ACS Cobham is part of the ACS International Schools, founded in 1967 to serve local and global families.  The group educates over 3,700 students from more than 100 countries in four school – 3 in Greater London and 1 in Doha (Qatar): ACS Cobham ACS Egham ACS Hillingdon ACS Doha   ACS Cobham is an […]

A+ World Academy

A+ World Academy is one of the most unique international boarding schools in the world. We give 62 11th and 12th grade students as well as gap year students the opportunity to take Secondary and Advanced Placement courses in a school at sea that travels the globe to 20 port cities on the oldest fully-rigged […]

ISS International School Singapore – Paterson Campus

International School Singapore (ISS) is a private international school, which offers the IB Programme, from the Early Years (4 years of age) to the IB Diploma in two locations in Singapore: Preston Campus for the IB Diploma Paterson Campus from Early Years to Middle School.


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The American or US curriculum is one of the three most widely-used curricula in international schools. According to the International School Consultancy, 1787 international schools offer the US curriculum as of 2016/17. Most of these schools are located in Japan, China, South Korea, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, as well as South and Central America.

The US does not have a national curriculum. Instead, states or districts are free to set their own education policy. However, many states are moving towards the Common Core State Standards recently, or, at the very least, attempting to set consistent standards for their curriculum, especially in English and Mathematics.

Most US international schools are accredited by a regional body, such as the New York State Board of Regents or the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.


The IB curriculum was founded in 1968 in Switzerland for students in international schools. The IB curriculum has gained popularity among parents and students with its approaches. It is currently taught in more than 4000 schools worldwide and in more than 140 countries.

The IB curriculum provides a student-centric approach to learning and places a dual emphasis on creative and critical thinking. It gives learners a level of independence that is specially designed to foster their creativity and help them to learn more effectively.

To learn more about the International Baccalaureate, visit their website at


The British curriculum was established in 1988 and is also known as the National Curriculum for England or simply as UK curriculum. It is taught widely in international schools around the world and is, in fact, one of the most
popular forms of education in the world today.

The British curriculum is a structured curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of all students. Through its focus on goals and achievements, it ensures that parents understand their children’s education progression. It also encourages each student to reach his or her full potential through an achievement-oriented process. The British curriculum stresses creativity, critical thinking and flexibility; earning a renowned reputation for its concerns in the development of the whole personality of every student. It results in an International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in AS and A-level qualifications.

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