Welcome to the Association of Central
European IB Schools
ACES is committed to articulating and promoting high standards of educational quality and ethical behaviour for its members. New members must be unanimously approved by the Board, and are expected to commit themselves to the highest of standards and ethical behaviour in their practices.
IB Teaching Staff
Criteria of Membership
Integrity of the School
Transfer and Enrolment
The rights of a student and his/her parents to visit and consider schools other than that which the student is presently attending are recognised, as is the right of such other schools to hold preliminary discussions about possible admission without notifying the school of current attendance. However, a school should not itself knowingly initiate an attempt to enrol a student currently enrolled elsewhere.
A school’s most important consideration in enrolling a new student shall be the welfare of that student. A school will not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, colour and ethnic origin sexual orientation.
School representatives should speak accurately and comprehensively about the strengths of their own institution and not allege weaknesses, or other characteristics, in other schools whether it be verbally or in written publications.
Application for ACES membership
If you would like your school to become a member of the Association of Central European IB Schools, please provide us with contact information and we will reach out to you.