What We Do

What We Do

The Mezan International School curriculum is print-based by design to reinforce solid reading comprehension and study skills. Technology is thoughtfully integrated through the grade levels and subjects.

Grades K-4: Young children learn naturally through imitation and action, so our curriculum features plenty of healthy activity and movement. They explore letters, numbers, color, song, rhythm, and verse while learning about themselves and the world around them. Lessons focusing on community, culture, and nature are interwoven with creative hands-on assignments.

Grades 5-8: Students approaching adolescence develop skills in critical thinking and creative problem solving through a wide and varied choice of projects, assignments, and community service learning. They participate in research assignments and extended projects, and they are asked to interpret information, form opinions, and express their thoughts clearly and cohesively. Logic is introduced to the students at this level.

Grades 9-12: As students prepare for college, career, or other explorations, our interdisciplinary curriculum guides them toward reflective learning while acquiring practical skill sets. We offer dual enrollment in order to obtain a US diploma, Advanced Placement and advanced technology courses, life experience credit, and other enrichment program. Enrolled juniors and seniors are required to participate in a self-directed Advanced Study project. High school students have an option of enrolling in our US diploma pathway or a non-US diploma pathway. The primary difference between the two pathways is the intensity of the program and the fees.