Students will choose one subject from each of the following six ‘Subject Groups’:
Group 1: Studies in language and literature (English)
Group 2: Language acquisition (French B / ab initio, Spanish B / ab initio, Hindi B, etc)
Group3: Individuals and Societies (History, Economics, Business and Management, Psychology ,ITGS etc)
Group 4: Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Systems)
Group 5: Mathematics
Group 6: the Arts (either Visual Arts,Music ,Dance or a second subject from Groups 3, 4 or 5)
Note : Interdisciplinary subject, Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS), SL can be taken as an alternative to any Group 3 or Group 4 subjects.
In addition to the above
All students must write a 4000-word Extended Essay (EE) based on a topic of student’s personal interest thus preparing students for university-level research and writing.
They will also follow the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course, which teaches them
to reflect on the nature of knowledge by examining different ways of knowing (perception, emotion, language and reason,intuition,imagination,) and different areas of knowledge ( ethics, natural sciences, human sciences, history, math etc. )
Participate in Creativity, Action and Service (CAS) by actively learning from the experience of doing creative projects or service activities outside of the classroom.