SABIS® believes that university education is academically accessible to all students. SABIS® also believes that the success of an educational institution should be measured by the value it adds to each individual.
The SABIS® academic goals may be summarized as follows:
. To qualify every student for entrance into colleges/universities around the world
. To provide a well-rounded education based on a mastery of English and Mathematics
. To enable students to acquire a firm command of a second language
. To train students in logical reasoning and critical thinking
. To prepare students to be able to sustain intellectual efforts for long periods
. To generate excitement for life-long learning
The non-academic goals aim to prepare graduates who:
. Uphold high standards of ethical, moral and civic conduct
. Make informed decisions on social issues
. Defend convictions and reverse negative peer pressure
. Participate in extra-curricular activities, school management, and community work
. Foster tolerance, cooperation, and teamwork
. Understand the people of the world through an appreciation of differences as well as similarities
In an increasingly competitive world, university education gives students a wider choice and a better chance. Practically all students educated in the SABIS® Educational System graduate from good universities, and the percentage of former students who go on to further studies is very high. As the system is not selective, SABIS® attributes its success, and that of its students, to the philosophy, goals, and high standards of efficiency and accountability that the SABIS® Educational System requires.