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BIS Secondary Program

The secondary program at BIS prepares students for colleges and universities in the United States or across the globe. Classes are individualized, closely monitored, and supervised on campus. The rigorous academic program offers a well-rounded educational program that consists of Mathematics, Science (Biology, Physics, and Chemistry), World Cultural Studies, History, Economics, Literature, Writing, Art, Music, Physical Education, Foreign Language, and Technology.

Each student is required to complete a year-long research project in the last year of their Secondary program. Secondary students may attain an Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diploma.

Students receive the support needed to prepare for the demands of university, receiving guidance on careers, college entrance requirements, and SAT test preparation.

Beyond academics, secondary students are encouraged to engage in a wide-range of extracurricular activities.

Our secondary students have graduated from BIS and gone on to the following prestigious universities:

  • American University (US)
  • Boston University (US)
  • Columbia University (US)
  • Florida Institute of Technology (US)
  • Imperial College (UK)
  • Kent University (UK)
  • Kings College (UK)
  • Penn State University (US)
  • Rutgers University (US)
  • Syracuse University (US)
  • University of British Columbia (CAN)
  • University of California (US)
  • University of Edinburgh (UK)
  • University College London (UK)
  • University of Pennsylvania (US)
  • University of Washington (US)
  • York University (CAN)

...and many more!

Our Secondary Program At a Glance

Baku International School offers a rigorous, English-language based, college-preparatory program, which prepares students for success in university programs all over the world. Our Secondary program provides a well-balanced academic and social and emotional curriculum that provide students the opportunity to learn, grow, and acquire essential skills needed to be successful in the 21st century.