As an IB world school offering the Diploma Programme, Vardafjell Upper Secondary School have developed the following school policies in accordance with the IB standards and practices.
The policies are reviewed annually.
All policies and learning at Vardafjell Upper Secondary School is in accordance with the IB learner profile:
Vardafjell videregående skole has been an IB World School since November 2003. It offers the IB Diploma Programme. The school is state funded. The head of the school is Ragnhild Aspen Alvsaker.
Vardafjell Upper Secondary school is a member of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO.org) which has its main office in Geneva, Switzerland, and examination office in Cardiff, Wales. The IBO has more than 4000 member schools in 147 countries. Norway has currently 35 IB schools, and Vardafjell has been a certified IB world school since 2004, offering the Diploma Programme for about 27 students each year.