Maryland International School is a grades 1-12 International Baccalaureate World School.
The Mission of MDIS is to provide an academically rigorous and supportive college-preparatory education with an interdisciplinary and applied focus on the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines in order to prepare students to become creative problem solvers, effective communicators, and tomorrow's leaders who think ethically, independently, and globally.
To prepare our students to become creative problem solvers, effective communicators and tomorrow's leaders who think ethically, independently, and globally.
Our 5 Pillars
The learning experiences and educational expectations, which are academically, intellectually, and personally challenging, allow students to understand complex concepts and to acquire skills that can be applied in a variety of contexts throughout their lives.
The social and emotional learning experiences allow students to develop the following: self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, responsible decision making, and self-management.
Our mission, curriculum, and support systems provide a fully integrated program of academics, advanced and early college courses, postsecondary preparation, as well as, personal and career development for every student.
STEM Focus & Global Perspective
STEM challenges when studied from a global perspective provides a relevant and engaging framework to learn course content and develop feasible solutions.
Family & Community Involvement
At MDIS, family, community, staff, faculty, and administrators work together to fulfill the mission of our school through a variety of events and programs.
Diversity and Inclusion Statement
MDIS is committed to providing a safe and welcoming learning environment for all, based on mutual respect and kindness. We embrace diversity to ensure inclusivity in all aspects of our school life. The diversity that students bring to MDIS is viewed as a strength, we promote a culture that is accepting, empowering, and ever-changing.
MDIS and the IB believe that all candidates should be allowed to demonstrate their ability under assessment conditions that are as fair as possible. Standard assessment conditions may put some candidates at a disadvantage by preventing them from demonstrating their level of attainment. Inclusive access arrangements may be applied in these circumstances if it is observed that they could reduce or minimize barriers for the candidate.