Aquinas American School offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) since September 2016.
Our first IB Diploma graduating class in 2018 scored an average of 31.8 points out 45, being the world average score of 29 points. AAS IB Class of 2019 scored and average of 34 points out of 45, being the highest IB student score 43 out of 45. This year’s world IB average score is of 29.62.
The IBDP, created in Geneva in 1968, is a rigorous and demanding two year academic program which will open the doors of the most prestigious universities to our students.
The International Baccalaureate is fully approved by the Spanish Ministry of Education ensuring access to Spanish universities, both public and private, in the same conditions as students taking the Spanish Baccalaureate. Furthermore, it significantly facilitates the access to the International university system. IBDP is now approved in 52 countries, including Great Britain and the United States.
The curriculum of the IBDP at AAS includes six subjects chosen from five different groups, together with three core requirements: Theory of Knowledge (ToK), CAS hours and an Extended Essay.
AAS International Baccalaureate Documentation:
- Subjects offered: You can check the courses offered by AAS below.
- Admissions. You can contact our admissions section here.
You can view specific admissions policy for IB here.
For further information please contact:
Mrs. Caroline Carpio
Courses offered at AAS for First and Second Year Diploma Students during the academic year 2019-2020
|Group||Subject||Language||Standard Level||High level|
|1||Studies in Literature||Literature||Spanish||X||X|
|1||Studies in Literature||Literature||English||X||X|
|2||Language Acquisition||French / French ab initio||French||X|
|3||Individuals and Societies||History||English||X||X|
|3||Individuals and Societies||Business Management||English||X||X|
|4||Experimental Sciences||Computer Science||English||X|
|4||Experimental Sciences||Environmental Systems||English||X|
|5||Mathematics||Analysis and Approaches||English||X||X|
|5||Mathematics||Applications and Interpretations||English||X|
Classes will open with a 10 student minimum registration requirement.