Ibadan International School Nigeria
In September 2003, Ibadan International School (IIS) was established by the Zard foundation to fulfill the educational needs of both the local and expatriate communities in Ibadan. The school started with 23 students in 2003 and today has over 350 students from over 15 different nationalities. The school started with just 2 employees and today has over 90 employees.
IIS provides a broad, international curriculum that enables its students to continue their education anywhere in the world, while preparing them to live in harmony with others. The Pre-school and Junior School sections of the school follow the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) and the school is an authorized IB World School (www.ibo.org). In the Senior School Section, the students follow the International Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) curriculum which has been developed by the University of Cambridge Examinations Board.