American International School of Johannesburg Subjects



American International School of Johannesburg Subjects

Elementary School Subjects

Mathematics





Languages

Science

Social Studies

Physical Education





Transdisciplinary

Arts

World Language

Information Literacy

Integrated Technology

Service Learning

Dispositional

Middle School Subjects

Mathematics

Languages

Science

Social Studies

Physical Education

Transdisciplinary

Arts

World Language

Information Literacy

Integrated Technology

Service Learning

Dispositional

High School Subjects

Mathematics

Languages

Science

Social Studies

Physical Education

Transdisciplinary

Arts

World Language

Information Literacy

Integrated Technology

Service Learning

Dispositional

 International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme

The American International School of Johannesburg offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme for eleventh and twelfth grade students. It is a demanding and challenging program with strict academic requirements. Both teachers and students find it intellectually stimulating. Students considering engaging in the program at the Diploma or Certificate level should take time to consider the expectations of the program by considering the IB Learner Profile.

The IB is a widely recognized international curriculum and university entrance program. Most European countries accept the IB diploma as a university entrance qualification. The IB Diploma fulfils the general matriculation requirements of all British universities. In the United States, IB students may use their Diploma or subject certificates to gain university credit in the same manner that Advanced Placement tests are used. To date, IB students have successfully enrolled in over 700 universities worldwide.

To obtain the Diploma, a student must meet a high assessment standard in six subjects (three at higher level (HL) and three at standard level (SL)), complete an interdisciplinary course in the Theory of Knowledge, submit an extended research essay and engage in creativity, activity and service (CAS). IB Diploma students automatically meet (and usually exceed) AISJ graduation requirements.

Entrance requirements for the IBDP are stringent, but it is possible for students to take IB Certificates in subjects offered at AISJ in lieu of the full Diploma program.

For more information, you can contact Penny Keet pkeet@aisj-jhb.com in High School.

PRETORIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM 

Mathematics

Languages

Science

Social Studies

Physical Education

Transdisciplinary

Arts

World Language

Information Literacy

Integrated Technology

Service Learning

Dispositional

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