The language and literature course engages students in the study of many aspects of the language and literature of a community and its culture. The course develops the students’ language, specifically their listening, speaking, reading, writing and critical literacy skills.  It offers a study of a wide range of literary and non-literary texts types, writing styles and techniques. Analysis of literary and non-literary text includes commenting on the significance of any possible contexts, audience, purpose and use of linguistic and literary devices.

Entrepreneurship course introduces students to the world of business. It will help students develop an understanding of the functions of business, including accounting, marketing, human resources, and production, as well as the importance of ethics and social responsibility.

Course is designed to give students the opportunity to meet challenges and develop positive behaviors in fitness, individual and team sports and movement activity for a lifetime.

This course provides an introduction to chemistry concepts and

applications through an investigative approach. Skills in observation,

handling of equipment, and development of logical conclusions from

experimentation are developed.

Topics covered include the scientific method, SI units, elements,

compounds, mixtures, the periodic table, atomic structure, chemical

reactions, changes in energy, and acid-base theory.

This course will focus on understanding basic chemical concepts.

World History 10 is the mandatory sequel to World History 9. This course exposes students to the study of world history by focusing on historical inquiry of major historical concepts from late 19th through 20th century. This course seeks to better reflect the complexities and diversity of contemporary history by placing greater emphasis on the experience of populations and the importance of teaching social, as well as political and economic history. A special effort is made to establish links between the examined historical periods with contemporary social, political and economic structures, and establish a connection between history and contemporary events.

The English 10 course is designed to be a preparation for the rigorous studies of English literature and language in the Diploma Programme. The course is organized around global concepts of perspective, communication, creativity, and connections as well as subject-specific concepts for the study of literature and language. Recurring themes are identity and relationships, orientation in space and time, personal and cultural expression, scientific and technical innovation, fairness and development. The novels, plays, poetry, non-fiction and non-alphabetic texts used in the course support learning about the power and beauty of literature and language. Most written and oral work will be focused around use of critical analysis and position papers on relevant topics.

The course is a part of 2-year integrated course in Mathematics  (based on US core curriculum and AERO standards) that aims to prepare students for further IB Diploma Program as well as for external exams requirements.

Main domains: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics & Probability, Pre-Calculus.


  • students will consolidate the key concepts from previous Maths years and learn new skills, methods and techniques for solving problems and describe mathematical models;
  • students will apply the problem-solving experiences to real life situations.