The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is today offered by about 1500 schools in more than 120 countries world-wide, a rapidly increasing number. In Finland there are fifteen schools enrolled in the programme at the moment.
Vasa övningsskola accepted the first IB students in co-operation with Vaasan Yhteislukio in 1992. Since then about 28 new students have been accepted each year. Half of the students have Swedish as their mother tongue, half Finnish. The programme also has some international students.
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