International diploma for 22 students.
Bahrain School Bahrain School is an international school located in Juffair, Bahrain following the American curriculum. The school is operated by the Bahrain International School Association (BISA) with the United States Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) and takes students from has announced a 100 per cent success rate in its two-year International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma DIPLOMA. An instrument of writing, executed by, a corporation or society, certifying that a certain person therein named is entitled to a certain distinction therein mentioned.
2. Programme. All 22 Bahrain School students participating in the university-recognised programme passed the final examinations and received the IB diploma.
Student Laith Al-Laith (d. 928) was amir of the Saffarid amirate from 909 until 910. He was the son of 'Ali ibn al-Laith.
In 890 al-Laith and his brother al-Mu'addal helped their father 'Ali escape from imprisonment at the hands of the latter's uncle, the Saffarid amir Amr bin Laith. Tafesh, was one of only a handful of over 747,000 IB students worldwide to have obtained the maximum of 45 points in the programme.
The IB is a series of three programmes for students aged between three and 19 aimed at helping to develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalising world.
The programmes are currently available through 2,719 IB World Schools in 138 countries around the globe.
The IB Diploma Programme
In addition to their academic subjects, the students of the IB diploma must submit a demanding 4,000-word research paper, known as an extended essay, and complete a minimum of 150 hours of creative, active and service hours.
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