A strong curriculum
Built on internationally-renowned programmes
At ACS, diversity, innovation, academic excellence and global awareness come together to create a dynamic learning community and an exceptional school experience.
Founded in 1967 to serve the needs of global and local families, ACS International Schools educate over 3,700 students, aged 2 to 18, day and boarding, from more than 100 countries. Our schools – 3 in Greater London and 1 in Doha, Qatar – are all non-sectarian and co-educational.
At the heart of our approach is the idea of readiness – we empower our students with the skills and knowledge to thrive in a world that is changing fast. Our world-renowned curriculum includes all International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes, and top US programmes including Advanced Placement (AP) courses and the AP Capstone and International Diplomas.
Our students leave ACS as well-rounded global citizens with the academic and emotional intelligence to empathise and engage with tomorrow’s big issues, turning compassion into action as they stand ready for a future full of opportunity
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Ready for a brand new world
ACS International Schools unveil new look ACS International Schools will start the new school year with a brand new identity designed to reflect its global outlook and commitment to students’ ‘readiness’ for an ever-changing world.
ACS International Schools' Charity Gala hits the high note
Funds will give more young people access to ACS’s international education programmes and help create inspiring learning spaces.
ACS Hillingdon student receives prestigious US art scholarship
A student from ACS Hillingdon International School has been awarded a scholarship to study at the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), based in Georgia, United States.
ACS Cobham win gold at the world school games
ACS Cobham International School Girls Soccer team won gold in dramatic style at the World School Games in Dubai last month, defeating reigning champions St.