Accreditations & Affiliations


IB Diploma Program

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) is a rigorous college preparatory program of studies recognized worldwide as one of the most prestigious. It is designed to meet the needs of motivated high school students offering a 2-year curriculum based on various national education systems, following the pattern of no single country but incorporating the best elements of many.




The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)

NEASC is an independent, voluntary, nonprofit membership organization which connects and serves over 1500 public, independent, and international schools in the US and worldwide. Founded in 1885, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) has been working to establish and maintain high standards for all levels of education longer than any other accreditation agency in the United States. NEASC is made up of three Commissions which work in close partnership to ensure quality education for all students.

To learn more visit their website.


The Educational Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS)

Founded in 1965, ECIS is a non-profit global membership organization that supports schools in the areas of teacher development, leadership development, recruitment and human resources, governance and risk, and global advisory, complemented by grants and awards that illuminate significant impact. A charity registered in England and Wales, and is headquartered in London.

To learn more visit their website.




US State Department Assisted School

The U.S. Department of State provides assistance to overseas schools through direct and indirect support programs designed to promote an American-style program. It ensures a high level of quality of education for US citizens living abroad and prioritizes American National's admissions within the school.


Mediterranean Association of International Schools (MAIS)

The Mediterranean Association of International Schools is a professional organization that strives to improve the quality of education in its member schools. It promotes the professional development of Faculty, Administrators, and School Board Members, effects communication and interchange, and creates international understanding.

MAIS serves as a liaison between its 40 Member Schools, 40 Associate Member organizations as well as other regional, professional, and in-service organizations.

To find out more visit their website.