From transforming a local park to providing food for those in need, students in Greece are working to improve their surroundings
Mathematics HL 2017: How well did the changes go?
Students help to improve the lives of disabled people, as well as protect the environment
You might find some inspiration on YouTube, thanks to a DP coordinator in Japan
An IB World School in Thailand brings together local, national and international artists, to enhance creative thinking, agency, and overall engagement
An aspiring doctor is on a mission to change attitudes towards ‘unhealthy’ foods
Alumna Lily Li shares resources she used to enhance her learning in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) while she completed the Diploma Programme at Genforest Secondary School, with many tools just a click, call, or coffee away.
By David Hawley As a head of school, I was always looking for ways to have conversations with students that had some relationship to what they were studying. A good place to start was to ask what they were reading in their literature class. While head of a boarding school where I would often have […]
“Going through high school has taught me that the process of learning inherently has value,” says alumnus Byron Dolon, “regardless of the content, learning in an IB environment involves critical thinking and depth of understanding, skills that are invaluable to making informed decisions.”
DP students in Egypt become builders, artists and engineers to renovate a local village
Tonbridge Grammar School’s IB Diploma Programme (DP) students are helping to transform the lives of students in Malawi
Hundreds of people lived a day with an impairment as part of an awareness campaign, organized by an IB Diploma Programme (DP) student
Lachezar Arabadzhiev, a graduate of the British International School Shanghai, explores the challenge of learning new skills. He says, “I have always tried to face those fears in my life and question them to the best of my abilities. After all, quality learning does not happen overnight.”
Alumna Tammy Do pens an open letter to students six year after graduation.
Student fashion show raises thousands for local village