Southern International School develops the students' capacities through different activities so that they can interact with full independence and freedom in today's society.
Are you looking for an International Baccalaureate World School in Argentina? Here you can find a list of Argentinian schools that have a profile in the IB World Schools Yearbook.
The schools featured below offer at least one of the IB's four programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP). You can use the search filter below to look for schools that offer one programme in particular.
Argentina’s drive to establish free, universal, compulsory, secular education began in 1884 and today it has the most highly educated population in Latin America. Public education is free from primary school to university and gross tertiary enrolment reached 95 per cent in 2019.
Among 54 IB World Schools in Argentina, all but one are authorised to offer the IB Diploma. They teach in Spanish, English, or both languages.
Many schools offer bilingual, dual-curriculum programmes that cater both to expatriates and Argentina’s melting pot of immigrant communities. Northlands School, which is bilingual in Spanish and English, combines the IB Diploma with British IGCSEs and the Argentine curriculum.
Education is compulsory for 12 years from age five to 17. In the Spanish-medium state system, the primary and secondary stages both last six years and are divided into two cycles. At upper secondary level, students specialise in areas such as social sciences, arts and natural sciences. Public education is also free to foreign nationals. The school year starts in early March and finishes in mid-December.
IB World Schools are part of a thriving international school sector in Argentina. For information on all international schools, you can visit: www.internationalschoolsearch.com