Thank you for your interest in the IB program. The NEW IB application is now available HERE
Please be aware that there are new application deadlines.
application and admission deadline: January 31, 2017
letters will be mailed beginning March 1st
application and admission deadline: March 1, 2017
letters will mailed beginning April 1st
applications will be considered based on availability after March 1st
Please join us for IB Open House Nights
Thursday, January 19th 6:00 PM-7:30 PM in the Library
Thursday, January 26th 6:00 PM-7:30 PM in the Library
You will have an opportunity to have your questions answered. You may also turn in COMPLETED applications during the IB Open House.
There are no tours or shadowing opportunities for North High School or the IB program prior to being accepted.
WHY CONSIDER THE IB PROGRAM?
- Focuses on preparing students for success in
- Increases college acceptance opportunities—many of
the United States’ leading academic institutions grant students special
considerations for having completed this rigorous college preparatory program.
- Prepares students for competence in all major
- Results in opportunities for advanced standing
or course credit at the college level.
- Promotes learning beyond current honors and
Advanced Placement offerings.
- Promotes international understanding through a
shared academic experience.
- Increases college scholarship opportunities.
TESTING REQUIREMENTS JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEAR
Students will take one IB exam from each of the following six subject areas during the junior and senior years:
Language A (native language - English)
Language B (second language - Spanish or French)
Individuals and Societies (History or Anthropology)
Science (Biology, Chemistry, or Physics)
Elective (choice of a second science, a second social studies, a second foreign language, theatre arts,or visual arts)
IB DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS
During the junior and senior years students will take six IB exams, three at a higher level and three at a standard level. One exam will be taken from each of the six subject areas listed above. In addition, the diploma candidate must meet the following three requirements:
Complete an interdisciplinary course called Theory of Knowledge,
Prepare an extended essay reflecting independent research, and
Complete at least 250 hours of CAS hours (extracurricular activities that can be categorized as creativity, action, or service).