Through the years, we have consistently produced graduates who have been accepted to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities around the world. Below is a list of colleges and universities where our students applied and were accepted.

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Only five days until girls basketball, boys soccer and our MUN students head down to Manila for games and workshops!
Boys battled hard at the Subic Cup this weekend. Thanks to @BISSActivities for hosting us! U16 Boys are at the Alaska Cup this weekend!
The Brent Christmas Bazaar is tomorrow at the BISB gymnasium from 8am-8pm. Over 100 vendors will be on campus tomorrow! Come join us!
Congratulations to the 5th Grade class on a successful Market Day on Tuesday.
Cross Country is only 15 days away! Excited to hopefully see some of our students break some records. Go Bulldogs!
Running Club will start this Wednesday at 3PM. Any students, parents and faculty are welcome to join! Come get ready for Cross Country!
Boys soccer have their first competition this coming weekend at the Subic Cup! Thanks to Brent Subic for inviting us! @BISSActivities
Tryouts for Boys football and girls basketball start on Wednesday, November 5th. Go Bulldogs!!!!
Congrats to Ella Hore, Joanna Bainto, Kirk Mariano, Charles Cooper and Tommy Shin on a successful career with our volleyball teams!
Bulldog boys lose in three sets to CIS. Tough match and our boys are now eliminated from the tournament.
Girls lose a tough one against CIS in two straight sets.
Girls ended up losing to Southville in two straight sets. Looks like they will need to get a win tomorrow morning against CIS.
Boys are hoping for a good game tomorrow in their final game in the round robin against CIS.
Bulldog boys drop their match against Southville in two straight sets.
Girls win in two straight sets against BSM. Highlighted by an impressive 13 points in a row by Ysabel Busteeds serve. Go Bulldogs!
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The International Baccalaureate Program

In grades 11 & 12, Brent follows a program based on the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate Organization. The IB Diploma program is based on the principle of learning to learn. It requires all students to take three subjects at Higher Level and three subjects at Standard Level. For students who may not be able to fulfill the requirements of all six IB course in addition to the core program of Community, Action, and Service (CAS), Extended Essay, and Theory of Knowledge (TOK), individual IB subject certificates may be granted for the the exams. A good pass at Higher Level normally gains credits toward North American College courses.

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Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLRs)

We expect that each individual will make a unique contribution to achieving our learning results and we would like our students to be able to work individually and cooperatively to produce quality outcomes.