For more than 170 years, Wittenberg has insisted on providing an active, engaged educational environment where a student’s capacity to think, read, and communicate with precision, understanding, and imagination stands at the core—making it a perfect fit for such International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma students as Cameron Mackintosh, class of 2015 from Lusaka, Zambia.
Within Wittenberg’s supportive environment, one characterized by hands-on learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom, IB students thrive—no matter what their interests.
“The IB emphasizes an appreciation for global citizenship, an appreciation for diversity and culture,” Mackintosh, an international student from the American International School of Lusaka, said. “Here at Wittenberg, there’s a love of diversity in many different forms. People appreciate that everyone has different goals and aspirations about what they want to study, their passions and what they’re interested in pursuing in their careers and personal lives.”