American Community School at Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

Founded in 1905, the American Community School at Beirut is an independent, non-profit, non-sectarian, pre-K-12 coeducational day school. It draws students from both the Lebanese and international communities in Lebanon and embraces diversity in race, gender, religion, national origin and economic background. 

ACS is accredited in the United States and licensed in Lebanon. It offers a rich and balanced curriculum in both the liberal arts and the sciences. Athletics, the visual and performing arts, extra-curricular activities and community service are integral components of an ACS education. In the high school, ACS provides a rigorous college preparatory course of study including the Lebanese and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programs. ACS encourages students to be open-minded and respectful of the social, political and religious diversity of its community.

As it enters its second century, ACS reaffirms its commitment to developing a lifelong engagement in learning as well as the leadership qualities and personal integrity needed to contribute positively in an increasingly complex global society.

IB teaching staff :-

30

Students enrolled in PYP :-

-

Students enrolled in MYP :-

-

Students enrolled in DP :-

80