Research demonstrates clearly that students in dual-language programs perform better than their peers in monolingual programs across the academic spectrum (Center for Applied Linguistics). In addition, students in dual-language programs develop proficiency in two or more languages and frequently become ambilingual.
International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes produce exceptional academic, intellectual and social results. In addition to acquiring high-level skills and knowledge, students develop "higher order" intellectual capacity or the ability to connect different ideas and draw conclusions from evidence as a direct result of the inquiry-based, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary curriculum.
Students with IB diplomas are fully prepared to gain admission to selective universities worldwide, and frequently begin their studies with university credits in recognition of the higher order skills developed through the IB Diploma Programme.