Congratulations Classes of 2015 and 2016 IB Diploma Graduates!
IB Diploma grad destinations:
American University in Paris
Arizona State University
California Institute of the Arts
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Carnegie Mellon University
George Washington University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Harvey Mudd College
Indiana University, Bloomington
Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University
Oxford College of Emory University
Pacific Lutheran University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology
Savannah College of Art & Design, Atlanta
United States Military Academy, West Point
United States Naval Academy
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, San Diego
University of Chicago
University of Illinois, Chicago
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
University of Michigan
University of Padova
University of Pennsylvania
University of Portland
University of Southern California
University of Texas at Dallas
University of Washington
University of Washington, Bothell
Washington State University
Western Washington University
IB Results: IB Results will be available on July 6th from 12:00 Greenwich Mean Time, which is 4 AM the same day here. Results are available at https://candidates.ibo.org
IB Personal and Pin Code information, which students will need to check their results, will be distributed to students within the next couple of weeks. These codes are the same as those students used to upload their Ecoursework. For seniors, IB transcripts will be transferred from IBO directly to the college requested by the student as communicated to the IB coordinator. This transfer of results occurs around the end of July. After this time, if the results have not been received by your college and you need help, you may email the IB Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Email will be checked occasionally (not daily) throughout the summer.
An IB Information Night for 7th and 8th graders and their parents was held February 23rd at 7 PM in the Lyceum Theater. The power point and handouts are available at the bottom of the Prospective Students: Program of Study page on this website.
An IB Information Night for 9th and 10th graders and their parents was held January 26th. The power point and handouts are available at the bottom of the Prospective Students: Program of Study page on this website.
Candidate Agreement Forms for current 10th graders wishing to pursue the IB Diploma are due to the IB Coordinator, Mrs. Lund (Office 2410-D) by March 4th. The form is available at the bottom of the Prospective Students: IB Program of Study page on this website.
Want to know how our IB Alums feel about the IB Program? Read our Testimonials page to find out.
The IBO has created a Parent Page with information about the diploma and career-related programs, plus recommended resources, research, advice on how to get transcripts, how to help student prepare for the move to higher education, and much more. Check out the page here.
The IB Good News Letter highlights universities that IB feels have a particularly strong and/or exciting IB recognition policy, offer credit for SL courses, and/or offer scholarships specific to IB students. Each edition features seven or eight universities or scholarship programs, and includes some past features as well. To see the archive of the Good News Letter, click here.
Requesting an IB Transcript: This link will take you to a page where you can request an IB transcript. You will need your personal code, which is a 6 figure alphanumeric code listed at the bottom of your IB Diploma or Certificate.
Director of Admissions Paul Teulon of King's College London explains why, in his opinion, IB is such good preparation for university. Read his article from IB Review magazine attached to the bottom of the College page.
Read about the IB program's impact on Rainier Beach High School in this article in The Seattle Times from March 17, 2015.
The Elite Squeeze by Frank Bruni (Time Magazine, 3/30/2015) explains how although top schools appear more exclusive than ever, a high-quality education has never been easier to find. He says the key to getting a great education is not having your heart set on any one school and not fetishizing the idea of exclusivity. Find the article attached to the bottom of the College page.
Preparing for IB Sciences: Information on how to help your student prepare for IB Science courses is on the Prospective Students: IB Classes page.
This blog entry discusses a research study on the long term impacts of IB on the lives of graduates. The full study is available through a link to IB's public website in the blog entry.
A Detailed Breakdown of the conditions students need to meet to achieve the IB diploma, along with the Diploma Points Matrix which shows how students can achieve the 3 extra points from their TOK and EE work, is attached to the bottom of the IB Exams page.
IB in Washington State: Take a look at this flyer about IB in Washington State at the bottom of the links page.
In the publication Inside Higher Ed, a study finds that while liberal arts graduates in fields like history start off slowly in the job market, they catch up and exceed their pre-professional degree peers in mid-life when it's peak earnings time, if they've also earned an advanced degree. Read about it here: Liberal Arts Grads Win Long Term
Read through the IB Organization's powerpoint of research findings about the IB Diploma program attached to the Links page.