Alcuin School is featured in Newsweek Magazine as one of the best IB schools in the U.S.
Alcuin School Recognized for the Second Consecutive Year
Today Alcuin School, a leader in Montessori and International Baccalaureate® (IB) education, is featured in Newsweek Magazine as one of the best IB schools in the U.S. This is the second consecutive year Alcuin has been included in Newsweek’s profile on educational insights.
Alcuin is joined by other select IB schools from across the country that were included in this promotional article. Visit http://www.newsweek.com/insights/best-ib-schools-usa-2017.
Alcuin, which will welcome its first senior class this fall, has a growing reputation for a robust selection of IB Diploma Programme courses. Students have more than 300 possible combinations enabling the creation of individual degree plans which maximize student opportunities, aptitudes and preparation for university. With faculty support, including many instructors with doctoral degrees, students at Alcuin School are eager to embrace change, question the status quo, and prepare for their future as leaders in an international society.
“Newsweek’s profile also captures how Alcuin’s Montessori curriculum blends well with our stellar IB Programme,” says Walter Sorensen, Alcuin Head of School. “Readers will understand how Alcuin’s strong IB curriculum helps build knowledge, skills, critical thinking and conceptual understanding that inspires students to become compassionate global citizens and life-long learners.”
About Alcuin School
A vibrant, nurturing, coeducational academic community serving students from toddler to 12th grade, Alcuin School uses the Montessori and International Baccalaureate program methods to foster critical thinking and a lifelong passion for learning. With faculty support, students at Alcuin School are eager to embrace change, question the status quo, and prepare for their future as leaders in a global society. For more information, please visit www.alcuinschool.org.