Why choose an International Baccalaureate school?

What is an IB class?

For those of you who don’t know, the International Baccalaureate diploma program is a two-year high school program aimed towards students aged 16 to 19 years old. The program provides an internationally recognized education system for students who are entering university. To complete their IB diploma requirements, students are asked to take a series of pre-IB classes in their first two years of high school. Once students enter the official program, they are asked to complete assessments in six subject groups (studies in language and literature, language acquisition, individuals and societies, experimental sciences, mathematics, and the arts). Students are also asked to fulfill three core requirements: a 4000 word extended essay, 150 hours of volunteer creativity, activity and service (CAS) hours, and an epistemology course on the Theory of Knowledge. If you’re deciding on whether to enroll your child into an international baccalaureate diploma programme, here are some reasons for considering an IB school.

International Baccalaureate Schools and Studying Abroad

Students with a desire to study abroad after high school may find their applications to universities in different countries more readily accepted with an IBDP diploma. An IB diploma is recognized in 75 nations at over 2,000 university institutions, and is administered at over 140 high schools word wide. While each university will require an individual, unique set of application materials from an incoming student, an IB diploma may assure a university that their international applicants have a standard of education that matches their own. Click Here for more detail…

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