Making Transitions Easier
Learning at Lancers is transformative and a series of discoveries made via pursuing personal interests and finding new ways of viewing the world. Our goal from the very first day is to help our students make the transition to university and then, a successful career, as smooth as possible. Everything we do begins and ends with this very intention, anchoring us in our true purpose for developing this institution.
DP Model Students learn best when they are able to truly trust and feel deeply connected to their mentors. Each Diploma student at Lancers has an advisor who mentors them, helps them map out their progress, set goals, discuss and solve learning issues, and build on their capabilities to take greater responsibility for their learning. Students also receive timely guidance and counselling in choosing their universities for college well in advance, based of their strengths and interests.
Our students have the space to take on a tech project and build it from scratch, write a novel about their experiences or purely fictional and publish it, or deeply explore and research an academic topic of interest and present it to their class. They are not only given the means to achieve these goals but are also given a strong foundation which lends them the emotional strength to take on any challenge and accomplish it to the best of their abilities.
CLASS OF 2022-23 IB DIPLOMA RESULTS
IB Diploma Score Comparision
INDIVIDUAL MENTORING PROGRAM
It is true that every individual has a different way of learning and thereby has different learning needs. LIS offers Individual Mentoring Support for each student. It is one of the fundamental beliefs that if the right guidance and mentoring is available, each individual can perform and achieve the personal best. School has a dedicated and very qualified staff that provides this mentoring support. Students are divided into groups of 5 and they are assigned a mentor, who is an experienced IB educator/ IB examiner.
Mentoring is given a dedicated slot of time and space. Mentors use a mentoring tracker document that has a dedicated checklist. This checklist ensures that all students receive standardised guidance and beyond that the mentors are free to add more value. Mentors are expected to connect with students at a very closer level and make sure that they understand the individual requirements, difficulties and that way provided customised support. Mentors also set challenging goals for their mentees and track the progress on a regular basis. They also eventually become the primary contacts for the parents.
Q&A for the IBDP Programme
Many students join the IBDP from various curriculums. Students do not struggle, in fact, enjoy this phase of new expectations and new challenges. The school has a robust introductory programme for students who are joining the DP from a different curriculum.
Yes, you may, however, we prefer the student to join at the beginning of the programme in Grade 11. For more information, kindly connect with the Admission Department.
Yes the IBDP is a recognized programme in India. For more information visit the IBO.