· In order to qualify for the IB diploma, each student must earn at least twenty-four points on IB assessments administered in the six curriculum areas. Both internal assessments (teacher graded and moderated by IB) and external assessments (IB graded) are administered. Twelve points are required for higher level coursework.
· IB students participate in the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course that explores relationships among the various disciplines and ensures that students engage in critical reflection and analysis of the knowledge acquired within and beyond the classroom
· Every student must complete 150 hours of CAS (Creativity, Action or Sports and Service to School and Community) during the eleventh and twelfth grade years. CAS hours may be awarded for activities that take place on the school campus as well as throughout the community.
· All students are required to submit an Extended Essay, which is an independent research paper. Faculty mentors guide planning and research.
· For additional information, please refer to:
General regulations: Diploma Programe.