Our MYP5 (10th grade) students presented their personal projects to other students, teachers, and families at International School 33.



The International Baccalaureate Personal Project for students in the 5th year of the Middle Years Programme (MYP) aims to allow students to pursue a personal passion through an in-depth project, thus promoting independence and initiative. Students choose a topic, set objectives, plan, and carry out their project over a given period, with the support of a supervisor, leading to the production of a final work or presentation.





This process develops key skills such as time management, research, critical thinking, communication, and creativity, encouraging students to apply and reflect on their learning in a real and meaningful context.








The Personal Project presentation is also an opportunity for the entire educational community to celebrate the achievements of these young individuals. By attending these presentations, teachers, parents, and classmates have the opportunity to discover the diversity of interests and talents of our students, ranging from innovative scientific projects to original artistic creations, and social and community initiatives.



Here are some of the projects presented by our students this year:

  • Ilias created a front-end and back-end website on the theme of climate change.
  • Marc created and experimented with a team sport called Fandball, a mix between handball and football, with elementary students.
  • Yosra completely designed and made a traditional outfit, the Moroccan Caftan.
  • Noé invented an innovative layout for a 9-seater transport vehicle.
  • Louis L. developed a project to support an orphanage in Morocco by collecting essential products.
  • After learning the basics of abstract painting, Léane produced three works, demonstrating her new skills.
  • Garance initiated herself into writing a detective novel and presented her 70-page project.
  • Louis D. created very original cocktails that he presented at a tasting stand.
  • Gabriel supported an association by creating an event to raise funds to buy a computer.
  • Zacharie created a fully wooden, dismountable video game driving simulation seat offering 8 adjustment levels according to the players’ size.

These projects were received with great enthusiasm by the school community. Younger students benefited from a particularly well-prepared presentation, offering them a clear vision of the challenges and opportunities awaiting them when they reach the 5th year of the MYP.

Families were deeply impressed by the level of execution and the excellent quality of the projects presented, approaching professional standards.

We would like to congratulate all our MYP5 students for their commitment and dedication in carrying out their personal projects. Their ability to turn ideas into concrete projects is proof of their maturity and readiness to meet future challenges. We are confident that the skills acquired and the lessons learned during this experience will accompany them in the continuation of their studies and beyond.