High School / IB Diploma Programme

IS Como has made a commitment to grow and develop the school organically all the way through High School by offering the completion of the Middle Years Programme, MYP 4&5 (aged 14-16) from 2016-2018 and completing the IB Diploma Programme (IB DP) by 2020 for students aged 16 to 18 years.

The IB Diploma Programme (for students aged 16 to 18)  is the gold standard amongst university entrance qualifications worldwide.  IB graduates are offered direct entrance into universities in the UK (and elsewhere) without the need to sit additional admissions tests, in many cases.                     

As it is a challenging programme with externally assessed examinations, admission is based on a student’s school record (and admissions tests for external candidates). This range of subjects enables students to study potentially any discipline at the university level (depending on their Higher Level subjects). Three of the subjects are studied at the Higher Level, and students obtain greater depth in these choices. To read more about our High School & IB Diploma Years, please click here


After MYP 4&5, the student enters into the IB Diploma (the last 2 years of high school) which requires students to study a minimum of six subjects, from the Language and Literature, Language Acquisition, Individuals and Societies, Sciences, Mathematics and the Arts.

At ISC, our team of IB trained educators and administrators work together to offer a rich academic curriculum taught in English so students fulfil individual interests and potential. Everything is designed to provide a seamless opportunity for all students to acquire the knowledge, skills and attributes essential for successful entry into tertiary education, to follow a chosen career path, and to become productive global citizens.




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