International School of Broward (ISB), one of the first American schools to offer the French-American Baccalaureate (BFA).
Students of the International School of Broward (ISB), one of the first American schools to offer the French-American Baccalaureate (BFA), come to pass the exams of the French-American Baccalauréat at ISB - International School of Broward-, the institution has opted for the option ES (Economic and Social). It is the first class of BFA in Florida and success rates will be released in a few weeks.
The French-American Baccalaureate is approved both by the French Ministry of Education and the American College Board.
BFA is a high-level exam, which explains that students cannot register as an independent candidates, it sanctions a demanding education, where a very good command of French and English are required.
Universities benefit from the advantages of hosting a holder of BFA:
Higher education institution will be assured that the students was educated in schools that satify double requirement each year: the educational authorities of U.S. and French Ministry of National Education.
They also recrute students who have proven to be highly prepared academically and motivated because they already made significant efforts demanded by the two academic programs.
Open the brochure: BFAeng.pdf
It was created in 1808 and is administered by the French Ministry of Education. The program ensures both a broad general cultural knowledge by the number and the variety of required subjects, and a specilization in a particuler subject.
Locally, the International School of Broward offers Economics and Social Sciences. In 2009 in France, 530,200 students passed the French Baccalaureat.
Worldwide, within the network of the French schools, more than 10,000 students have passed.