- The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is a rigorous Graduation Programme leading to assessment in six subject areas and 3 IB Core Courses.
- Established in 1968, the IB offers a challenging curriculum noted for its depth and international perspective.
- Beyond completing college-level courses and comprehensive examinations, IB students are also required to engage in community service (CAS), individual research (EE), and inquiry into the nature of knowledge (TOK).
- In addition, high scores in IB courses often earn students credit at University. In some cases, students will get credit for first-year coursework.
- The International Baccalaureate Organization currently works with 5000 schools in 146 countries to develop and offer four challenging programs to over 1,300,000 students aged 3 to 19 years.