The British International School of Charlotte
North Carolina, United States of America
About The British International School of Charlotte
The British International School Of Charlotte is an independent all-through international school for pupils of mixed gender between the ages of 3 and 14 years old. Formerly The British American School, it was opened in September 2004 by the British Schools Of America and has capacity for 400 students.
The school offers the international Primary Curriculum (IPC) and International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) and students will work towards achieving IGCSE and International Baccalaureate qualifications. It is located in Charlotte in North Carolina, USA.
Values and Vision
The British International School Of Charlotte believes in making learning personal. It recognises that all children have differing learning styles and the school embraces these differences as opposed to teaching all pupils in the same manner. It is commited to instilling a sense of wonder in its pupils in everything they do and making them question who they are and what truly matters in their life. By use of a personalised approach to teaching, the school hopes that students will learn a lot about their individuality.
A "High Performance Learning" approach and a blend of curricula enables the school to deliver the necessary personal touch it believes each pupil needs to achieve their best. The school employs British trained teachers with what it describes as exceptional experience and teaching skills to go above and beyond to truly understand each individual student to make the greatest possible impact on their learning.
The school strives to nurture internationally minded students who embrace and respect all cultures, and uses academically rigorous and motivational disciplines to get the best out of it's pupils.