International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in India: Should you go for it?

by Diksha Sharma Blogger and writer

Education plays a vital role in the growth of our country. A great educational framework can help the economy of our nation to grow at a high rate. Children tend to get sharper when brought up with the right education from the right school.

In India, there are numerous boards which provide education like ICSE, NIOS, CBSE, and IB. Even though all the training frameworks have equivalent value, the best-positioned framework is the International Baccalaureate Program (IB). IB schools have loads of advantages as they are work for the holistic development of students.

IB schools do not follow the traditional methods of education. They engage the students in several co-curricular activities for the overall development and for that, it offers four high-quality programs:

  • Primary year program, for students aged 3-12

  • Middle years program, for students aged 11-16

  • Diploma program, for students aged  16-19

  • IB career-related program, for students aged 16-19

IB schools help students to deal with a complex and hyper-connected world. The programs encourage students to think critically, develop research skills, ask challenging questions, and learn beyond academic study. IB schools should be the choice of every parent because of the learning approach these schools follows. While there are many IB schools, Mount Litera School International (MLSI) is the best international school in Mumbai.

MLSI provides a comfortable and secure environment for the social development of students. Its best resource is a dedicated team of mentors who strive to implement an enriching curriculum that provides broad exposure to each student.

The students are engaged in after-school programs in activities like aerial silk, capoeira, lego, digital art, ballet, robotics, Kathak, chess, basketball, martial arts, and many more. MLSI is quite open about their philosophy of schooling to the parents. Here are some fundamentals which the school follows:

  • To engage with real-world problems and solutions

  • To provide a safe and supportive infrastructure

  • To make students learn about different communities and respect them

  • To make learning collaborative and visible

  • To ensure a smooth transition from primary to secondary school

  • To provide an environment where close partnerships teachers, students and parents to create a homely atmosphere

International Baccalaureate Programme has evolved with time, and has gathered a lot of popularity due to the value it creates in a student. IB not only builds a student academically but also helps them grow in all other areas of life. So, for the overall development, a right school which has a sound education system can give a head start.

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