International education through both
National and United States (US) Curricula
LWIS, we believe internationalism can be experienced even in schools that
follow a national curriculum with predominantly national pupils and staff. While the provision of an international
curriculum to a school population may facilitate achieving international
standards, we believe that the opportunity to experience internationalism is
not cultivated only by the curriculum but rather through the provision of an
educational system and environment of international-mindedness.
as well as providing international education through US curricula, some of our
schools follow a national curriculum which we modify and embed into our
international-minded community providing these learners with exposure to and
knowledge of a dual educational system.
LWIS-USL, both the Lebanese National Curriculum and the American High School
program are on offer; the Lebanese National Curriculum culminating with the
Lebanese Baccalaureate Diploma and the American High School Program culminating
with the American High School Diploma. LWIS-USL also offers The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme for grades 11 and 12 learners.