- Ras Beirut Campus:
pre, elementary, middle and secondary schools
- Ain Aar Campus: lower and upper school
The preschool is a three-year cycle that offers an English or a French program to children ages 3, 4 and 5, while maintaining a strong tradition of teaching Arabic as the native language.
The early childhood program addresses the whole child through an integrated approach and aims to develop a close relationship between educators, parents, and classmates.
The learning environment provides a warm, friendly, and supportive atmosphere where students learn through inquiry.
The elementary school, with around 800 students, covers grades one through five (ages six to eleven). IC encourages a close relationship between educators, parents, and students.
The medium of instruction is in either English or French, depending on the track chosen for the student. Arabic is mandatory for all students and
A special Arabic program is available to IC students who have lived abroad and qualify for exemption from the regular programs. Both the English and French tracts follow an integrated approach to gaining knowledge using the Primary Years Program (PYP) framework.
IC emphasizes an activity-based, inquiry approach to education that allows students to learn through play, discovery, experimentation, and questioning.
The middle school, with over 750 students, is a four-year cycle covering grades 6 through 9.
It offers three programs:
- The Lebanese Program, preparing students for the official Lebanese Brevet examination;
- The College Preparatory Program, an English medium non-Brevet program;
- The French Program, which is a non-Brevet program taught in French that prepares the students for the official French Baccalaureate examination.
All programs require the teaching of Arabic, English, French, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, arts, information technology (IT), music, and
The secondary school, with close to 730 students, follows a three-year cycle made up of four separate programs:
- The Lebanese Baccalaureate Program, which follows a curriculum set by the Lebanese Ministry of Education;
- The French Baccalaureate Program, which follows a curriculum set by the French Ministry of Education;
- The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
- The American College Preparatory Program (CPP), a non-baccalaureate diploma program.
Students follow a challenging academic program and graduate
IC's Ain Aar campus holds two schools. The lower school for students from nursery to Grade 3 and the upper school for students from Grade 4 to Grade 9.
The lower school has 385 students and the upper school has just over 460 students every academic year.
Both Ain Aar schools follow the same curriculum as Ras Beirut.