Is your family on the move?
Or do your children need schooling they can do from anywhere in the world, at a time of day that suits them?
Then King’s InterHigh could be the online school for you.
King’s InterHigh has been teaching the British curriculum to students all around the world since 2005.
It soon became the world’s first online school to teach the IB.
King’s InterHigh offers great flexibility as children are not tied to any physical classroom – and from September 2023 there will be timetables for three different time zones.
The school offers a huge range of subjects from fully qualified teachers and gives students greater choice to study acting or elite sports or natural sciences.
A benefit greatly appreciated by parents is finding an IB school when there are no physical IB schools near.
King’s InterHigh takes great care to promote socialisation and community.
This starts with over 20 clubs from everything from horse-riding to minecraft and there are also school trips and in-person events for students.
The school has a safeguarding team to make sure children stay engaged and feel part of the school.
King’s InterHigh is part of the prestigious Inspired education group alongside 80+ leading international schools.
Ashley Harrold is the executive head since 2021 and oversees the continual global development of King’s InterHigh.
In this MumAbroad Life interview he tells us what it’s like to study the IB Programme or British Curriculum at an Online School.
Read more about King’s InterHigh here: https://kingsinterhigh.co.uk/
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