Leaders International College

An International School that possess a full accreditation in the IB system and the AdvacED system

Leaders International College Accreditation is in process for both the International Baccalaureate Programme by the IB World Organization and The American System by AdvancED.

For the International Baccalaureate Organization.


For further information about the IB and its programs, visit www.ibo.org

For the American System by AdvancED.

The school is AUTHORIZED from the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI). NCA CASI is an accreditation division of AdvancED.

Leaders Language School

Leaders Language School’s education system goes beyond what can be learned from a book and goes beyond what can be learned in the classroom. The education system aims to educate the whole child. It does not aim to prepare children to pass exams, but to prepare children for adult life. The exams are not the goals that our system is aiming for. The exams act a mark to indicate how far a student has gone in their education. They reflect the skills and abilities a student has for a future university or employer.

Leaders Language School’s education system has clear aims:
  • To develop successful learners.
  • To develop confident individuals.
  • To develop responsible citizens.

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A completion nursery based on Montessori Method of education

In Montessori education, the classroom environment responds to these periods by making appropriate materials and activities available while the periods are active in each individual young child.

She identified the following periods and their durations:
  • Language Acquisition - from birth to around 6 years old
  • Interest in small objects from around 18 months to 3 years old
  • Order from around 1 to 3 years old
  • Sensory refinement from birth to around 4 years old
  • Social Behavior from around 2½ to 4 years old

Finally, Montessori observed in children from three to six years old a psychological state she termed "normalization".

Normalization arises from concentration and focus on activity which serves the child's developmental needs, and is characterized by the ability to concentrate as well as "spontaneous discipline, continuous and happy work, social sentiments of help and sympathy for others.

The classroom should include the following skills:
  • Fine Motor Skills and Hand-Eye Coordination: Actions, like grasping, reaching and releasing an object, and turning the wrist, are the types of fine motor movements that children learn in a Montessori preschool, in order to prepare them for the daily tasks of life.
  • Gross motor (physical) skills are those which require whole body movement and which involve the large (core stabilizing) muscles of the body to perform everyday functions, such as standing and walking, running and jumping, and sitting upright at the table
  • Other practical life skills activities found in the classroom include:
    • 1-Hand washing. 2-Flower arranging. 3-Sweeping and mopping. 4-Cleaning the windows. 5-Watering the plants. 6-Self-care – nose blowing, hair brushing and some hair clips to practice with.
  • Social skills: Dr. Montessori found that children ages 3 to 6 like to spend time independently, while those over 6 become more social.