A student’s own curiosity, together with curriculum planning, results in learning that is engaging, relevant, challenging, and significant. Driven by inquiry, action and reflection, IB programmes aim to develop a range of skills and dispositions that help students effectively manage and evaluate their own learning. Among these essential approaches to learning are competencies for research, critical and creative thinking, collaboration, communication, managing information and self-assessment.
Read more about the Mercy curriculum:
- Computer Science
- Fine Arts
- Physical and Health Education
- Religious Studies
- Social Studies
- World Languages