Léman International School takes the MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) every year in Grades 3-9 in fall and spring. This standardized test is taken by millions of students worldwide, including a large amount of American schools. The test aligns with the American curriculum and American Common Core standards.
Six of Léman's middle school students scored in the top 1% worldwide, and a total of 20 students were high scorers (top 3%) for at least one of the tests taken. This is an amazing achievement, as many students around the world take this test. MAP is a strong indicator for SAT predictions and entrance into American universities. Great job to all those students at Léman for striving to be their best.