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The International High School of San Francisco is a private high school affilliated with the French American International School located in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, California, United States. Graduates may earn either the International Baccalaureate Diploma or the French Baccalaureate Diploma. Both the IB and French Bac are recognized by universities and colleges globally, and graduates are able to earn significant college credit for pursuing these challenging programs. Many of its graduates attend the most respected universities in the US and abroad, including Ivy League schools and small highly selective liberal arts colleges. In 2015, out of 83 graduates, 26 students received offers from universities that accept 15% or fewer of its applicants, including Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, Yale, U. of Chicago, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, Washington University, and UCLA. In 2015, IHS students also received acceptances at prestigious universities abroad such as King's College London, LSE, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, McGill, and the dual-degree program Columbia-Sciences Po. The school offers extensive language offerings, with freshmen able to take native language level classes in French and Chinese. The school also offers advanced Spanish and Italian and will offer Arabic beginning in 2016. The IHS faculty is recruited from all over the world and represents over 20 nationalities. The average number of years of teaching experience is just under 20, and more than 75% of the faculty hold masters degrees or higher.
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