Myanmar International School offers the British National Curriculum and caters to students in Kindergarten, Primary, Middle School and Secondary Levels. The school strongly focuses on the educational needs and ambitions of the students. It boasts of providing quality international standard education. The programme offered by the school is comprehensive and challenging. The school motivates students to be creative and critical thinkers which help them to adapt to the changing world scenario.
The Myanmar International School uses the latest textbooks and support materials to help students experience a life-changing education journey. Teachers from various international backgrounds with strong education background teach the students. The learning experience is enriched with their personal experiences.
The school aims to prepare students for the next level of the education journey. It emphasises on the importance of mastering English and hence offer intensive classes as well as English as a Second Language programme to students.
The lower primary level is divided into Nursery (3-4 years) and Kindergarten (4-5 years) levels where learning is based on personal, social and emotional development. Emphasis is given on communication, language and literacy, gaining knowledge and understanding the world. Children start with phonetics and learn up to reading.
The upper primary level is divided into different key stages following the Cambridge Primary curriculum. In the upper primary levels, the school concentrates on socio-economic growth, physical growth and intellectual growth. Along with core subjects such as Languages and Mathematics, students start their learning journey in supporting subjects such as Sciences, History and Geography.
The secondary level is divided into middle school (Year 7-9) and IGCSE (Year 10-11) and A-Levels (Year 12-13). These are the more serious levels in student life and the school delivers value by following the Cambridge Secondary Curriculum, IGCSE and A-Levels guidelines. Students are offered several language alternatives such as Chinese, French, Korean and Spanish.