The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation founded in 1968 that offers four highly prestigious international education programs that aim to develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills students need to live, learn and work in an increasingly globalized world. We are the only school in Peru that has all 4 programs of the foundation.
The Asociación de Colegios IB Perú (ASCIBP), is a non-profit association, which groups the various IB World Schools, recognized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (hereinafter IB) and which promotes international values.
It supports the associated schools in their efforts to achieve excellence, facilitating the processes of accreditation, training, educational development, evaluation and internationalization.
It disseminates the principles of the IB and promotes the values that allow us to share the best of our institutions with other educational communities, in order to extend science and culture to local and regional communities, within the framework of mutual understanding and intercultural respect.
It offers a flexible and challenging curriculum, supported by excellent resources and training, which forms a set of core courses and cross-curricular perspectives, encouraging students to participate in a variety of topics, making connections between them.
LAHC’s mission is to bring together centers of educational excellence that reflect the best of British and international educational practice in order to share experiences for school improvement in a spirit of reciprocal altruism that benefits all parties. The association specifically serves schools that place a high value on the English language, both as a means of communication and of teaching and learning.
It creates, develops, and nurtures a professional learning community within the region, fosters cooperation and dialogue among member schools, and provides mechanisms for school evaluation.
he Asociación de Colegios Particulares Amigos (ADECOPA) is a group of efforts in favor of educational quality, based on professionalism and cooperation. A grouping that integrates more than twenty schools, 20,000 students and 2,500 teachers that promotes educational wealth and bonds of companionship and trust.
Non-profit institution, legally organized, that organizes and coordinates activities to promote the debate in Peru.
Its mission is to spread debate among Peruvian schools in English and Spanish, develop training programs for judges and student coaches, support debate activities organized by member schools, organize local, national, and international competitions, and select members of the national team that will represent Peru in the World Schools Debate Championship and the Pan-American Competition.