Since 1994, the IB Diploma Program at the American School of Warsaw has supported the educational mission and vision at ASW: a holistic curriculum that encourages students’ potential through scholarship and activities.
Student centered and comprehensive, the IBDP at ASW fosters academic, social, and personal growth through high standards and shared expectations as well as a focus on personal and communal responsibility.
Over the course of their final two years of high school, students participate in up to six courses that draw from six subject groups: Language and Literature, Language Acquisition, Individuals and Societies, the Sciences, Mathematics, and the Arts. In addition, students opting for the full IB Diploma are required to reflect on their learning and involvement through the course Theory of Knowledge, the co-curricular activities of Creativity, Action, and Service, and the research project of the Extended Essay.
As such, the IB Diploma Program at ASW welcomes all students in grades 11 and 12 to participate, either as a full IB Diploma student or taking part in individual Courses. The rewards of participation are high and we hope to see all of our students benefiting from such a well-regarded educational model.
For more information, please refer to our FAQs as well as the official IBO website at www.ibo.org.
See a full summary of our IB DP results here.