IBS students recently ran circles around their classmates as they recently participated in our Annual Christmas Cross Country Run on (...)
Congratulations to our final year students last year who received excellent results on both the French Baccalauréat and the International (...)
IBS had the privilege of welcoming Mr. Philip Breeden, US Consul General in Marseille and Mr. Hugh Hunter, UK Consul General in Marseille. (...)
The fundamental educational concept of IBS, English-French bilingualism, underlies the international status of the school with over 50% of our students coming from over 50 different countries. In addition to the multitude of linguistic opportunities a day offers, bilingualism runs through the entire school curriculum involving French-speakers in intensive learning of English and English-speakers in intensive learning of French.
From 8:30 am to 5:00 pm the school day is broken up into 7 teaching modules of 60 minutes. The exact academic schedule depends on the year and section of the student.
IBS students can follow the French curriculum from 6ème to Terminale before passing the BREVET or French Baccalaureat.
They can also choose to follow the Anglo-Saxon curriculum which offers preparation courses for the following exams: