El IB Programme is a set of educational programs delivered in more than 5,600 schools in 159 countries by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), a non-profit Foundation based in Geneva whose goal is to improve the world through education.

Its goal is to train young people who are supportive, informed and eager for knowledge, capable of contributing to creating a better and more peaceful world, within the framework of mutual understanding and intercultural respect.

IB Programme:

  • Focuses on students
  • Develop effective teaching and learning methodologies
  • Takes place within global contexts
  • Explore meaningful content

IB Programme:

  • Focused on students, they promote healthy relationships, ethical responsibility and personal improvement.
  • They help students develop the attitudes and skills necessary for academic and personal success.
  • They deepen understanding of languages ​​and cultures, and explore ideas and issues with global relevance.
  • They offer a broad and balanced, conceptual and cohesive curriculum

Students at IB World Schools receive an exceptional education in which:

  • They are encouraged to think critically and solve complex problems
  • They direct their own learning
  • They take educational programs that can help them enter some of the most prestigious universities in the world
  • They become more aware of cultural differences by learning a second language
  • They can relate to others in an increasingly globalized and rapidly changing world

IB Programmes stans out for:

  • Encourage students to think critically and question what they are told.
  • Encourage students to examine both the local and international environment.
  • Train people with international mentality.
  • Maintain its independence from governments and national education systems, allowing it to adopt best practices from a wide variety of educational frameworks and curricula from different countries.

The fundamental objective of IB programs is to train internationally minded people who, aware of the condition that unites them as human beings and the responsibility they share to care for the planet, contribute to creating a better and more peaceful world. As members of As the IB learning community, we strive to be:


Hábiles para indagar y realizar investigaciones, ddeveloping their natural curiosity. 


They explore concepts, ideas and issues of local and global importance, cconnecting the different subjects. 


They are critical, reflective and make reasoned and ethical decisions.
They develop their ability to think independently and critically.  


They express ideas with confidence and creativity.
They are able to communicate in various ways and in several languages ​​from a young age: debating, sharing ideas and listening to other points of view. 


They act with integrity, honesty, justice and respect.
They are aware and responsible for their actions and their corresponding consequences.


They appreciate their own culture and history and are open to others.
They evaluate and respect different points of view. 


They show respect for the needs and feelings of others.
They participate in different social programs showing empathy and respect.


They approach situations with common sense and determination. They defend what they believe with eloquence. They face new challenges and overcome their difficulties.


They understand the importance of physical, mental and emotional balance to achieve individual and collective well-being. 


They evaluate their own learning and experiences, recognizing their qualities and limitations. 


The objective of all IB programs is to train internationally minded people and to develop the attributes of the IB learning community profile, who are aware of the condition that unites them as human beings and the responsibility they share to ensure the planet. International mentality is one of the central aspects of this objective.

They are based on shared values ​​and have a common emphasis on developing students with an attitude of lifelong learning, capable not only of understanding our interconnected and complex world, but also of having a positive impact on it.

Primary Years Programme

The PYP marks the start of a lifelong journey. It develops caring and culturally aware children aged 3 – 12 to become active participants in their own learning.

Age range: 3-12

First offered: 1997

Middle Years Programme

Building a solid academic foundation, the MYP develops student’s confidence in managing their own learning and making connections between their learning in the classroom and the real world.

Age range: 11-16

First offered: 1994

Diploma Programme

A future-ready programme that builds student’s inquiring mindset, fosters their desire to learn, and prepares them to excel at their careers and lead meaningul lives.

Age range: 16-19

First offered: 1968

Applicant school with authorization planned for 2024

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