International Baccalaureate (IB)

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General Information
What is IB?
The International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) is a recognized leader in the field of international education, encouraging students to be active learners, well-rounded individuals and engaged world citizens.
IB is a rigorous course of studies, leading to examinations, that meets the needs of highly motivated eleventh and twelfth grade students.


Questions?
Contact the IB Coordinator for AHS:
Wendy Edelman (E-mail) or
IB Office Phone (723-2083).


IB Presentation (created 2016):

IB Infor for Rising 9th

IBO Web Site

IB for HCPS Web
 
2018 IB Examination Schedule

May 2018 IB Examination Registration Form

In order to take IB, you must sit for the IB exams and pay all required fees.  
There are two types of fees.  The first is the candidate registration fee which Atlee pays.  The second is the course fee which students are responsible for paying. Please be aware that none of these fees are refundable by IB unless there are extenuating medical circumstances.  Dropping a class after fee collection in the fall will not result in a refund of fees for either Atlee OR the student.
 
The course fee provides students with
  •      all formal assessments 
  •      the scoring of those assessments
  •      the results/feedback on assessments
  •      the certificate/diploma
  •      transcript of results sent to the college of  choice.
For the 2017-18 school year, the course fee for EACH exam taken is $119.  
 
This course fee is due for all SL and HL B classes testing in May 2018.
 
 Fee chart:     1 class - $119
                      2 classes - $238
                      3 classes - $357
                      4 classes - $476
                      5 classes - $595
                      6 classes - $714
 
*CAS, EE and TOK are included in the school fees and are not billed/counted in the student fees.
 
These fees will be due by Wednesday, November 1, 2018.  If there is an anticipated problem with paying fees, please contact Mrs. Edelman at wedelman@hcps.us or 723-2083 as soon as possible.




 

**AHS Honor Statement (stated on class syllabus):
FAILURE TO PROPERLY DOCUMENT ALL SOURCES WITHIN THE PAPER/PROJECT AND/OR IN A WORKS CITED SECTION WILL BE CONSIDERED PLAGIARISM AND WILL BE DEALT WITH AS AN HONOR CODE VIOLATION, RESULTING IN AN OFFICE REFERRAL AND LOSS OF GRADE ON THE WORK.