Delivering individual success
Through all 4 IB programmes, a US based curriculum, rigorous AP courses, and the AP Capstone and International Diplomas. Co-ed, ages 2-18, day and boarding.
The World Needs New Thinking. Get Ready.
At ACS we prepare our students to be ready.
Ready for cultures that crossover, boundaries that blur and ideas that interconnect.
Ready for a world that demands a new kind of learning – and a new kind of citizen.
We are proud of our international community, and their commitment to make a difference.
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.
Our world-renowned curriculum includes all International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes, and top US programmes including Advanced Placement (AP) courses and the new AP Capstone & International Diplomas. Academic success enables ACS graduates to attend the college of their choice, and many of the world's finest universities.
Working at ACS
At ACS we offer the opportunity to feel part of something big.
As a group of leading international schools, our dedication to student success is matched only by our professional desire to attract, retain and develop staff of the highest standard. Our renowned international programmes and outstanding facilities create an exceptional working environment, where the world comes to teach, learn, and grow as valued individuals. With a community made up of over 100 nationalities and many cultures, we are proud to call ourselves a genuine international school – a place where local and global people and possibilities come together. At ACS we offer the opportunity to feel part of something big.
The IB at ACS
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The Leadership Team & The Board
The Leadership Team is made up of Heads of School, and executive heads across the organisation's central functions. Together they manage the daily operations of the school's and organisation, and inform and recommend future enhancements for Board consideration and approval.