Join us for our next open house on Saturday, December 9 to explore and discover the difference a STEM-focused and International Baccalaureate program will have on your child's education. The open house includes a short presentation on the school's mission and goals, a tour of the school, and the opportunity to ask questions every 45 minutes from 10am-2pm.
Join Us For Our Next Open House
Saturday, December 9, 2017, 10am-2pm
Join us for our next open house on Saturday, December 9 from 10am-2pm to explore and discover the difference a STEM-focused and International Baccalaureate program will have on your child's education. The open house includes a short presentation on the school's mission and goals, a tour of the school, and the opportunity to ask questions. Students are welcome to attend the open house with their parents. Sessions take place at MDIS and run for approximately 30-45 minutes.
Maryland International School (MDIS) is an independent private school offering a STEM-focused and International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum for 1st through 12th grade. Our beautiful, nine-acre campus is located in Elkridge, MD, in Howard County and is easily accessible to major commuter routes. We also offer safe and convenient daily transportation options for our students.
MDIS MISSION & VISION
The mission of MDIS is to provide an academically rigorous and supportive college-preparatory education with a focus on the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines in order to prepare students to become creative problem solvers, effective communicators, and tomorrow's leaders who think ethically, independently, and globally.
We believe that culture must be intentionally developed in order to live our mission, realize our vision, and achieve our educational purpose and responsibilities. Therefore, our academic focus is aligned to our school culture. Accordingly, we promote:
1. A culture that is welcoming
2. A culture in which the conditions for learning are ever-present
3. A culture in which we examine how our behaviors affect us, others, and our world
3. A culture in which there is a shared belief that we are a part of something special and great
4. A culture in which the language creates and facilitates personal pride, purpose, and empowerment
(Fisher, Douglas, Frey, Nancy and Pumpian, Ian. How to Create a Culture of Achievement in Your School and Classroom. ASCD, 2012. Print.)