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IB Diploma & Career Programme: Grades 11 and 12

IB Diploma Programme
 
  • The IBDP is made up of 7 college level courses that are taking over the course of 2 years
    • HL Literature
    • SL Literature
    • HL Language and Literature
    • SL Language and Literature
    • HL History of Europe 
    • HL History of the Americas
    • HL Biology
    • ​​​​​​​SL Biology
    • SL Math Studies
    • SL Math Applications and Interpretation
    • SL Psychology
    • SL Mandarin
    • SL Spanish
    • HL Visual Arts
    • SL Visual Arts
    • Theory of Knowledge and the Extended Essay
    • CAS
  • Classes are comprehensive and rigorous – focused on academic reading and writing. Students complete work as if a professional in that field. For example, a student in Psychology will read studies, critique work of other psychologists, and complete a psychological investigation of their own all the while building depth of understanding in the field.
  • Students sit for exams during May of their senior year to earn college credit and strive for the IB Diploma
 
 
IB Career Programme
 
  • The IBCP is a two year programme for grades 11-12. Students must take two Diploma Programme courses AND complete a Career Pathway. The programme combines academic subjects with their personal and professional interests and skills
    • Medical 
    • Business/Entrepreneurship
  • The core components of the IBCP:
    • Personal & Professional Skills Class - Students learn about ethics, attitudes, strategies, and skills related to their field of study.
    • Service Learning - Students go outside of school to meet an authentic community need related to their field of study.
    • Reflective Project - The reflective project is an in-depth body of work produced over an extended period of time and submitted towards the end of the CP. Through a reflective project students identify, analyze, critically discuss and evaluate an ethical issue arising from their career field.
    • Language Development