IB: Understanding TOK

The Theory of Knowledge course (TOK) is one of the central components and requirements of the IB curriculum.
By nature, the course is philosophy-based and challenges the student to examine what they know, and how they know it.

Students will address ‘knowledge issues’ in relation to their other courses to develop a better understanding of the concepts of knowledge and the manner by which such knowledge is acquired.

IB: Tackling the Extended Essay

The Extended Essay (EE) is one of the central components of the International Baccalaureate Programme, as students are required to conduct in-depth research and compile an essay in the topic and field of their choice.

With only a maximum limit of 4,000 words, students are free to demonstrate their understanding and passions with the extended essay.

IB: Discovering CAS (Creativity, Action, Service)

CAS (Creativity, Action, Service) is an integral part of the International Baccalaureate program that is designed to demonstrate a student’s extracurricular involvement.

Each of the three facets of CAS are also designed to ensure that the IB student emerges from the Diploma Programme as a more well-rounded individual.