Expected Student Outcomes

A maturing ICSB student will be a:

Christ Follower who...

  • Trusts in Jesus Christ as his/her only means for salvation and lives in genuine relationship with Him
  • Sees his/her own identity and worth as an image-bearer of God
  • Values all human being (regardless of differences) and treats them as fellow image bearers
  • Demonstrates Christlike charactert, attitude, and behavior

Active Thinker who...

  • Thinks critically and creatively and engages in problem-solving
  • Practices intellectual virtues
  • Is well-prepared in all academic disciplines
  • Pursues ongoing learning opportunities for development of knowledge and skills

Effective Communicator who...

  • Can articulate a biblical worldview
  • Reads, writes, creates, listens, and speaks skillfully and graciously
  • Works collaboratively with others

Global Citizen who...

  • Is a responsible, productive, compassionate member of society
  • Develops God-honoring solutions to real-world problems
  • Practices justice, mercy, and righteousness with others

Faithful Steward who...

  • Maintains disciplined health and personal habits, and cultivates his/her gifts and interests
  • Manages the resources and cherishes the relationships that God has entrusted to him/her
  • Cares for God's creation


The curriculum at ICSB is modeled after United States standards and is designed to equip students to succeed in North American schools and universities. It is very similar to many college-preparatory schools in the US. Additionally, we have tailored our curriculum to take advantage of our international setting and to meet the unique needs of our students.  

Our goals are to help our students develop an appreciation of learning and knowledge, give them the skills they need for life, prepare them to succeed in college, and instill in them a Christian worldview. 

ICSB is fully accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA), and the quality of the ICSB is curriculum is evidenced by the success that our students have in their undergraduate and post-graduate studies.

Our teachers use many different resources, including textbooks, workbooks, electronic and video resources, manipulative and 'hands-on' resources, and many others. We use a variety of textbooks from many different publishers, such as Pearson, Glencoe, Heath, McGraw-Hill, Harcourt-Brace, FOSS, Houghton-Mifflin, Scott-Foresman, ACSI, and others.