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Are students generally challenged appropriately by the curriculum? Please describe any particular strengths or weaknesses in this area.
I think that the IB in itself is challenging, and we have good teachers who teach the IB courses. There are great teachers spread through the whole school. My kids have been challenged, and my kids are conscientious students. - Nov 9, 2017
Math and sciences are very weak. - Nov 2, 2017
One of the greatest strengths is the teachers. We have had very good teachers in every grade. My kids really enjoy learning. When we first moved here, we came from a strenuous academic program in the U.S. My oldest son was in 10th grade. He thought the academic program here was easier than the U.S. that year, but once he started IB his Junior year, he was challenged. The school is moving toward all High School classes being just as challenging as the IB courses. Currently, most of the IB teachers are also teaching lower secondary grades as well, so they are overseeing the preparation for IB. Overall, the whole school is working on having a cohesive curriculum, from Elementary to Secondary. - Oct 18, 2016