The newest school in Lebanon, LWIS Hazmieh, offers the International Baccalaureate-Primary Years Programme (IB-PYP) and has already applied for candidacy to the program with the IB Organization (IBO). The other schools in Lebanon offer both the American Curriculum (US Common Core with Advanced Placement courses on some campuses) and the Lebanese Baccalaureate Curriculum. The schools have consistently had outstanding success rates on the Lebanese official exams. These schools are also looking into the possibility of offering the IB Diploma in the coming few years.
PPS Dubai is accredited by NEASC and AdvancED. AiS Jeddah and KiS Riyadh are accredited by AdvancED. The schools in the Gulf offer the American Curriculum. ISA Djibouti, East Africa, is the newest member of the LWIS Network and the first American Curriculum International School in Djibouti.