As of the 2013-2014 school year, Wells will offer the IB Diploma Programme for students in Grade 11 and 12. In order to meet the needs of each student, it will be considered an elective honors program for all students who seek to better their chances of entering top universities worldwide.
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Ms. Cecilia Jimenez, a human rights advocate, spoke about the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights to Wells students in the Issues in Society class, directly tying to the school’s service projects.
Nine Wells students received awards from the College Board for their exceptionally high performances on the 2012 Advanced Placement exams, including two AP Scholars with Distinction.
Wells International School’s Class of 2012 will soon depart to universities around the world, including top-25 institutions in the United States such as Boston University and New York University.
Grade 4 and 5 students from Wells International School’s Thong Lor and On Nut Campuses joined forces to power into first place in the World Math Day competition on March 1st, beating out over 10,000 other schools around the world in their age category.