Testimonials

Nadia P. Zamrawi

(Class of 2019)

“The last three years of my highschool life has changed me the most, all thanks to IBA. IBA has helped me become a better version of myself and find skills I didn’t know I had. This school has taught me to do things out of my comfort zone, which helped me become more confident and willing to try new things.”

Hyon Jin L. Kim

(Class of 2019)

“As I look forward to this day, I couldn’t help but look backward to see how much I have changed. From the Hyon Jil who always wanted to laze around to the Hyon Jil who would want to do something new each day. IBA has helped me change. The school’s competitively friendly environment pushed me to better myself together with all my classmates. Before this, I would always find reasons to be lazy but now I’m always eager to get something done because of the craving to be productive.

John Crisostomo Annang

(Class of 2016)

“To my mom, I will always be grateful that you pushed so hard to give me good education at IBA. I am proud that I have become a part of IBA family.”

Khloe Claire Pedron

(Class of 2019)

“Every little experience I gained here at IBA has been enriching and will remain within my memories forever. All of the lessons we learned not only from our teachers but from our friends as well and all of the wonderful and terrible experiences we have had throughout high school have led up to this day that we never thought would come so fast. I will miss you all.”

Amera Ayman Amen

(Class of 2016)

“IBA has made me a stronger person and a knowledge seeker who will not quit no matter what obstacles I’m going to face in the future. I’m  grateful to my parents for bringing me to this prestigious school. IBA has been one of the best experiences in my life and I will cherish this memory forever in my heart!”

Dominic Chester Sobocinski

(Class of 2016)

“When I first arrived at IBA, I did not know what to expect. I was nervous- it was a new place with new faces. I thought I would be spending the year alone. But I was wrong. I soon made friends that made it more comfortable for me to stay. I found a new home. The school changed me to be a more assertive person, which I did not expect. I came in as a very shy boy but now I have the confidence to express myself in different ways. I also have met so many interesting people with interesting values and perspective.”

Jahnella Dane Vera

(Class of 2015)

“Get out of your comfort zone,” those are words that I will never forget. Our teachers never failed to encourage us and these words, I believe, are the most effective. In my two years as an IBA student, I have tried different things that I have never tried before. I did the things I never thought I would do. They have inspired me to grow and to keep on improving.”

Carl Daniel Woodhead

(Class of 2016)

“It’s been 5 years since I stepped through the warm, welcoming doors of IBA. I never even thought that I would be able to graduate from this school since I really struggled a lot. But those struggles helped me to know my strengths, talents, and capability of doing the best I could in every task given to me. Learning from my mistakes made me a better person. I’ve been through tough times in my life but I can say that IBA provided not only a community, but also a family that helped me to discover the real me.

I was recognized as being one of the students who really excelled in sports. IBA supported me by helping me balance my interest in sports and my approach to academics.”

 

 

Diana Al Kawamleh

(Class of 2016)

“During my four years in IBA, even though it got tough during the end of the high school, I had fun. There may have been some ups and downs, I can say that it was such a great experience. Thanks for proving to me that high school life is not as scary as it is seen in the movies.”

Minjeong Park

(Class of 2019)

“Speaking English used to be a terrifying thing. I had been caught up in doubt and just accepted that I could not do it until I came to IBA. IBA was my first step. At that time, I didn’t know anything. It was my teachers’ and classmates’ enthusiasm and thoughtfulness that helped me adapt quickly and use the English language. I really want to say thank you again for all your help. Although still a work in progress, I can say I am no longer terrified but confident.”