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Student Centered Education”

The International Baccalaureate

401 South Palm Street

La Habra, California 90631

(562) 266-2007
Fullerton Joint Union High School District















Section One: Worldwide Perspective

  • Background, Global View and Mission Statement

  • IB Learner Profile

  • International Baccalaureate Organization Requirements for Full Diploma

  • A Comprehensive Educational Experience

Section Two: United States Perspective

  • Status of the International Baccalaureate Program

  • Cooperative Efforts

  • Colleges and Universities with International Baccalaureate Policies

  • Views from the American University

Section Three: Local Perspective

  • Sonora High School Overview

  • Program Eligibility

  • Diploma Options

  • International Baccalaureate Sequential Curriculum at Sonora High School

The International Baccalaureate

Background and Global View
The idea of an International Baccalaureate, a curriculum and university entrance examination that could be taken in any country and recognized in any country, grew out of both practical and educational concerns on the international school setting. School authorities found that the necessity of preparing their sixteen- to eighteen-year-old university-bound pupils for separate national examinations required either a large number of very small classes or one large class, segregated according to national groups. Teachers were also concerned with the increasing emphasis on education as the delivery of information, the fragmentation of knowledge, and the de-emphasis on aesthetic and creative activities.

Designed as a comprehensive curriculum that allows its graduates to fulfill requirements of the various national systems of education, the International Baccalaureate is not based on the pattern of one single country. It provides students of different linguistic, cultural and educational backgrounds with the intellectual, social, and critical perspectives necessary for the adult world that lies ahead of them.

All International Baccalaureate Full Diploma Candidates are required to engage in the study of Languages, Sciences, Mathematics, and Humanities at an honors level in the final two years of their secondary schooling. This program is a deliberate compromise between the preference of curricular specialization in some countries and the emphasis on breadth of curriculum preferred in others. The intent is that students should indeed learn how to learn, how to analyze, how to reach considered conclusions about people, their languages and literature, their ways in society, and the scientific forces of the environment.

Since its founding in 1968, the International Baccalaureate has grown to 2,732

participating schools in 138 countries, over 1,540 in North America, with 132 in California, Nevada, and Hawaii. Working in three official languages (English, French, and Spanish), the I.B. Program enjoys the worldwide respect and support of many governments, colleges and universities.

The headquarters of the International Baccalaureate Organization is located in Geneva, Switzerland. Responsibility for the International Baccalaureate Organization is vested in a Council of Foundation, chartered by the Swiss government. The President of the Council and Chairman of the Executive Committee is the primary officer. Other members of the Council include representatives of national governments supporting the program, heads of International Baccalaureate schools, and ad personam representatives from a number of other countries.

The chief executive officer is responsible for the administration of the program and examinations and is designated as the Director General of the I.B. The President of the Board of Chief Examiners oversees the Examinations Office located in the United Kingdom.

The International Baccalaureate Organization also maintains regional offices throughout the world. International Baccalaureate North America, Inc. (IBNA) is chartered as a not-for-profit corporation in New York. The Regional Director is in charge of this facility. International Baccalaureate North America’s Board of Representatives includes a number of educators from prominent universities in Canada and the United States.

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The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.
These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

The IB Learner Profile

The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of our planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world.

IB learners strive to be:

Inquirers They develop their natural curiosity. They acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and research and show independence in learning. They actively enjoy learning, and this love of learning will be sustained throughout their lives.
Knowledgeable They explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance.

In so doing, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines.

Thinkers They exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to recognize and approach complex problems, and make reasoned, ethical decisions.
Communicators They understand and express ideas and information confidently and creatively in more than one language and in a variety of modes of communication. They work effectively and willingly in collaboration with others.
Principled They act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them.
Open-minded They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to seeking and evaluating a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience.
Caring They show empathy, compassion and respect towards the needs and feelings of others. They have a personal commitment to service, and act to make a positive difference to the lives of others and to the environment.
Risk-takers They approach unfamiliar situations and uncertainty with courage and forethought, and have the independence of spirit to explore new roles, ideas and strategies. They are brave and articulate in defending their beliefs.
Balanced They understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal well-being for themselves and others.
Reflective They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development.

The IB learner pr© International Baccalaureate Organization 2006

Requirements for the International Baccalaureate Full Diploma
The Diploma Program (DP) has the strengths of a traditional and broad curriculum, with

three additional features discussed below.
Area 1: Language A English (first language of the school)

including the study of selections from World Literature (HL)

Area 2: Language B (second language) (All HL requires teacher approval)

French IV or V (SL, HL)

Spanish IV or V (SL, HL)
Area 3: Individuals and Societies

History (HL)

Psychology (SL, HL)
Area 4: Experimental Sciences

Biology (HL, SL)

Area 5: Mathematics

Mathematical Studies (SL)

Area 6: The Arts and Electives

Visual Arts (SL, HL), Film (SL, HL)

A second subject from Group 3 (SL/HL) (Individuals & Societies) or Group 6 (SL/HL) may be chosen as an elective.
Extended Essay

Each student has the opportunity to investigate a topic of special interest in one of the subjects of the IB curriculum. The essay is written under the direct supervision of a qualified faculty mentor at the school.

Theory of Knowledge

This exclusive IB course, which calls for an examination of the ways of proper thinking in different disciplines, is taught senior year. It is an interdisciplinary requirement to stimulate critical reflection on knowledge and experience gained inside or outside the classroom.

CAS (Creativity, Action, Service)

The IBO’s goal is to educate the whole person and foster responsible, compassionate citizens. The student will voluntarily engage in extracurricular activities which are approved by the International Baccalaureate Organization for a minimum of 150 hours.

International Baccalaureate Diploma
A Comprehensive Educational Experience
Distribution requirements ensure that the science-orientated student is challenged to learn a foreign language and that the natural linguist becomes familiar with laboratory procedures. While overall balance is maintained, flexibility in choosing Higher Level concentrations allows the student to pursue areas of personal interest and to meet special requirements for university entrance.
Language A1-English (HL)

(Group 1)

Language B Individuals

(Group 2) and Societies

French (HL, SL) (Group 3)

Spanish (HL, SL) Psychology (HL, SL)

History Americas (HL)

Extended Essay

Theory of Knowledge

Creativity, Action, Service

Experimental Mathematics

Sciences (Group 5)

(Group 4) Math Studies (SL)

Biology (SL1, HL/SL)

The Arts and Electives (HL, SL)

(Group 6) **

Language A1 (First language) including the study of selections from World Literature.
Language B Second modern language/world language.
Individuals and Societies History, Psychology.
Experimental Sciences Biology
Mathematics Mathematical Studies.
The Arts and Electives **Visual Arts, Film, or a second subject from Group 3.

The International Baccalaureate Program

in the United States of America
Status of the International Baccalaureate

Most of the prominent universities in the United States have developed International Baccalaureate policies, which include advanced placement, course credit, and special consideration at the time of admission. In some cases, a full year of university standing is awarded to International Baccalaureate Diploma holders. These policies have been developed primarily because of the positive experience universities have had with previous International Baccalaureate students and also because of serious interest in the challenge the International Baccalaureate Program offers to secondary school pupils. Admission directors and registrars have come to appreciate the caliber of the International Baccalaureate students and wish to attract them to their campuses.

Appropriate recognition of the International Baccalaureate credential continues to be a priority for the North American Regional Office staff. Information seminars for university personnel have become a regular feature of regional workshop programming. Cooperative, working relationships have been developed between International Baccalaureate North America and a large number of admissions offices, with both committed to working with International Baccalaureate students and university admissions personnel.

Cooperative Efforts

As the International Baccalaureate Program continues to develop in North America and elsewhere, the base of experience is widening, encouraging more and more universities to develop recognition policies. This process, however, requires the cooperation and understanding of a number of groups: university teaching faculties, who often determine who will receive advanced placement and university credit for secondary school work; university admissions officers; the International Baccalaureate administration; local International Baccalaureate secondary schools and International Baccalaureate students.

Appropriate advisement is the key to International Baccalaureate recognition. Since each university sets its own admissions criteria, including the terms under which it will recognize advanced and international programs, students should view their International Baccalaureate course work in the context of the prospective university's requirements. Students should be certain to submit the appropriate "transcript request" form (form H4 in the Vade Mecum provided by the IB Coordinator) to the New York office of the International Baccalaureate Organization before July 1 of the final year of the International Baccalaureate Program. Universities require an official International Baccalaureate transcript in addition to the student's secondary school transcript.

Colleges and Universities with

International Baccalaureate Policies

Adams State College

Adelphi University

Agnes Scott College

Albion College

Alfred University

Allegheny College

Alma College

Ambassador College

American University

Amherst College

Antioch College

Appalachian State University

Arizona State University

Arkansas Tech University

Armstrong State College

Ashland University

Atlanta College of Art

Atlantic Union College

Augsburg College

Augustana College, Illinois

Augustana College, South Dakota

Austin College

Avila College

Babson College

Bard College

Barnard College

Barry University

Bates College

Baylor University

Belmont University

Beloit College

Bemidji State University

Bentley College

Berklee College of Music

Bethany College, Kansas

Bethany College, West Virginia

Bethel College, Kansas

Bethel College, Minnesota

Biola University

Birmingham-Southern College

Boston College

Boston University

Bowdoin College

Bradley University

Brandeis University

Bridgewater State College

Brigham Young University

Brown University

Bryan College

Bryant College

Bryn Mawr College

Bucknell University

Butler University

California Institute of Technology

California Institute of the Arts

California Polytechnic State Univer sity, San Luis Obispo

California State Polytechnic Univer sity, Pomona

California State University, Domin guez Hills

California State University, Fresno

California State University Fullerton

California State University Los Angeles

California State University, Sacramento

California State University, San


California State University, Stanislaus

Campbell University

Canisius University

Carleton College

Carnegie Mellon University

Carroll College, Montana

Carrol College, Wisconsin

Carson-Newman College

Carthage College

Case Western Reserve University

Catawaba College

Catholic University of America

Cedar Crest College

Cedarville College

Center for Creative Studies

Central College

Central Washington University

Centre College

Chapman University

Chatham College

Claremont McKenna College

Clark University

Clarkson University

Clinch Valley College

Coe College

Coker College

Colby College

Colby-Sawyer College

Colgate University

College of Charleston

College of Mount St. Joseph

College of Notre Dame

College of Saint Benedict

College of St. Catherine

College of St. Scholastica

College of Holy Cross

College of William and Mary

College of Wooster

Colorado College

Colorado State University

Columbia University

Concordia College

Concordia University

Connecticut College

Cooper Union for the Advancement

of Art & Science

Cornell College

Cornell University

Covenant College

Creighton University

Culver-Stockton College

Dartmouth College

Davidson College

Denison University

DePaul University

DePauw University

Dickinson College

Doane College

Dordt College

Drake University

Drew University

Drexel University

Drury College

Duke University

Duquesne University

Earlham College

East Tennessee State University

Eckerd College

Elizabethtown College

Elms College

Elon College

Emerson College

Emmanuel College

Emory University

Evergreen State College

Fashion Institute of Technology Florida A & M University

Florida Atlantic University

Florida College

Florida Institute of Technology

Florida International University

Florida Southern College

Florida State University

Fort Hays State University

Franklin and Marshall College

Franklin Pierce College

Furman University

Geneva College

George Fox College

George Mason University

Georgetown College

Georgetown University

George Washington University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Gettysburg College

Golden Gate University

Gonzaga University

Goshen College

Goucher College

Graceland College

Grinnell College

Grove City College

Guilford College

Gulf Coast Community College

Gustavus Adolphus College

Hamilton College

Hamline University

Hampden-Sydney College

Hampshire College

Hartwick College

Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges

Harvey Mudd College

Hastings College

Haverford College

Hawaii Pacific University

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Hofstra College

Hollins College

Hood College

Howard University

Humboldt State University

Illinois Wesleyan University

Indian River Community College

Indiana University

Indiana University -

Purdue University at Indianapolis

Iowa State University

Ithaca College

Jacksonville University

James Madison University

John Carrol University

Johns Hopkins University

Johnson and Wales University

Judson College

Juniata College

Kalamazoo College

Kansas State University

Kent State University

Kenyon College

King College

Knox College

La Grange College

La Jolla University

La Salle University

La Sierra University

Lafayette College

Lake Forest College

Lawrence University

Lehigh University

Lenoir-Rhyne College

Lewis and Clark College

Lincoln Memorial University

Linfield College

Longwood College

Louisiana State University

Loyola College of Maryland

Loyola University - New Orleans

Lynn University

Macalester College

MacMurray College

Manchester College

Manhattanville College

Mankato State University

Marist College

Marquette University

Mary Baldwin College

Mary Washington College

Marymount College, Tarrytown

Marymount College, Palos Verdes

Marymount Manhattan College

Maryville College

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mayville State University

Memphis State University

Menlo College

Metropolitan State College of Denver

Miami- Dade Community College

Miami University

Michigan State University

Michigan Technological University

Middle Georgia College

Middlebury College

Mills College

Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Mississippi State University

Missouri Southern State College

Monmouth College

Moorhead State College

Mount Holyoke College

Mountain Empire Community College

Mundelein College of Loyola

Muskingum College

New College of the University of South Florida

New England College

New School for Social Research

New York University

North Carolina A & T State University

North Central Bible College

North Dakota State University

Northeast Louisiana University

Northeastern University

Northern Arizona University

Northern Kentucky University

Northwest Christian College

Northwest Missouri State University

Northwestern University

Oakland University

Oberlin College

Occidental College

Oglethorpe University

Ohio State University

Ohio University

Ohio Wesleyan University

Oklahoma Christian University

Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma State University

Old Dominion University

Olivet Nazarene University

Oregon State University

Pace University, New York

Pace University, Pleasantville

Pacific Lutheran University

Palm Beach Atlantic College

Park College

Pennsylvania State University

Pepperdine University

Philadelphia College of Textile

& Science

Pine Manor College

Pittsburg State University

Pitzer College

Point Park College

Polytechnic University

Pomona College

Presbyterian College

Prince George’s Community College

Princeton University

Providence College

Purdue University

Queens College, North Carolina

Queens College, New York

Quincy University

Quinnipiac College

Radford University

Randolph-Macon Woman's College

Reed College

Rhodes College

Rice University

Ringling School of Art and Design

Ripon College

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rockford College

Rockhurst College

Roger Williams College

Rollins College

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Rosemont College

Russell Sage College

Rutgers University

St. Bonaventure University

St. Cloud State University

St. John's College

St. John's University

Saint Joseph's University

St. Lawrence University

St. Leo College

St. Mary’s College, Indiana

St. Mary's College of Maryland

St. Mary's University

Saint Michaels College

St. Olaf College

Salem College

Salem-Teikyo University

Sam Houston State University

Samford University

San Diego State University

San Francisco StateUniversity

Santa Clara University

Sarah Lawrence College

Savannah College of Art and Design

Schiller International University

Scripps College

Seattle Pacific University

Seattle University

Seton Hall University

Shenandoah University

Simmons College

Simpson College

Skidmore College

Slippery Rock University

Smith College

Southeast Missouri State University

Southern Methodist University

Southern Utah University

Southwest Baptist University

Southwestern College

Southwestern University

Spelman College

Stanford University

Stephen F. Austin State University

Suffolk University

SUNY - University at Albany

SUNY - Binghamton University

SUNY - College at Cortland

SUNY - College at New Paltz

SUNY - College at Oswego

SUNY - University at Stony Brook

Swarthmore College

Sweet Briar College

Syracuse University

Tacoma Community College

Tallahassee Community College

Taylor University

Teikyo Post University

Texas A&M University

Texas Christian University

Texas Lutheran College

The Master’s College

Thomas More College

Towson State University

Transylvania University

Trinity College

Trinity University

Tufts University

Tulane University

Union College

United States Air Force Academy

United States International University

United States Naval Academy

University of Alabama

University of Akron

University of Alabama

University of Arizona

University of Arkansas

University of California at Berkeley

University of California at Davis

University of California at Irvine

University of California at Los Angeles

University of California at Riverside

University of California at San Diego

University of California at San Francisco

University of California at Santa Barbara

University of California at Santa Cruz

University of Central Florida

University of Central Oklahoma

University of Chalreston

University of Chicago

University of Cincinnati

University of Colorado, Boulder

University of Dallas

University of Dayton

University of Delaware

University of Denver

University of Evansville

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Hartford

University of Hawaii at Manoa

University of Houston

University of Illinois/Urbana- Champaign

University of Indianapolis

University of Kansas

University of Kentuky

University of Louisville

University of Maine - Fort Kent

University of Maryland - Baltimore County

University of Maryland - College Park

University of Massachusetts - Amherst

University of Massachusetts - Boston

University of Miami

University of Michigan

University of Minnesota - Morris

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

University of Missouri - Columbia

University of Missouri - Kansas City

University of Missouri - Rolla

University of Montevallo

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

University of Nevada - Las Vegas

University of Nevada - Reno

University of New Hampshire

University of New Orleans

University of North Carolina - Asheville

University of North Carolina -

Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina - Charlotte

University of North Carolina - Greensboro

University of North Dakota

University of North Florida

University of Northern Colorado

University of Northern Iowa

University of Notre Dame

University of Oklahoma - Norman

University of Oregon - Eugene

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pittsburgh

University of Portland

University of Puget Sound

University of Redlands

University of Richmond

University of Rochester

University of San Diego

University of San Francisco

University of South Carolina - Columbia

University of South Florida

University of Southern California

University of Southern Colorado

University of St. Thomas, Minnesota

University of St. Thomas, Texas

University of Tampa

University of Texas at Austin

University of Texas at Dallas

University of the Pacific

University of the South

University of Toledo

University of Tulsa

University of Utah

University of Vermont

University of Virginia

University of Washington

University of West Florida

University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

University of Wisconsin - Madison

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin - Parkside

University of Wisconsin - River Falls

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

University of Wyoming

Ursinus College

Valdosta State University

Valparaiso University

Vanderbilt University

Vassar College

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Military Institute

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Virginia Wesleyan College

Wabash College

Wake Forest University

Warner Pacific College

Washington and Lee University

Washington College

Washington State University

Washington University

Wayne State University

Webster University

Wellesley College

Wells College

Wesleyan College

Wesleyan University

West Georgia College

West Virginia University

Western Maryland College

Western Washington University

Westminster College of Salt Lake City

Westmont College

Wheaton College

Whitman College

Whittier College

Whitworth College

Wichita State University

Widener University

Willamette University

William Jewell College

William Smith College

William Woods University

Williams College

Winona State University

Winthrop University

Wittenberg University

Wofford College

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Xavier University

Yakima Valley Community College

Yale University

*Additional Universities may have policies since this list was compiled. Check with your IB Coordinator.

Sonora High School

The International Baccalaureate Program

The International Baccalaureate Program is the most comprehensive and academically challenging option for talented students at Sonora High School. Sonora continues its very successful program which began in 1987. Our program has grown in student participation, breadth of curricular offerings, and in advisement and support for our International Baccalaureate students and their families.

The general academic areas parallel Sonora's curricular offerings:

Language A1 (English HL)

Language B (French HL/SL, Spanish HL/SL)

Individuals and Societies (History HL, Psychology HL/SL)

Experimental Sciences (Biology HL/SL)

Mathematics (Math Studies SL)

The Arts and Electives (Visual Arts HL/SL, Film HL/SL); or a second subject Individuals and Societies)


A student who is a Full Diploma Candidate must test in one subject in each of the six areas during the junior and senior years. A minimum of three of the exams must be taken at the higher level and two or three of the exams will be taken at the standard level. All higher level exams are given during the senior year. Standard level exams are given both the junior and senior year, depending on the student's curriculum. Standard level exams generally do not earn the student university credit, whereas a grade of 5, 6, or 7 on a higher level exam usually does earn college recognition. In addition, the Diploma Candidate must take a course called the “Theory of Knowledge,” which encourages a critical awareness of what the student and others know through analyzing concepts and arguments as well as developing a defined basis of value judgements. The candidate is required to write a 4,000 word extended essay which is the culmination of personal research guided by a mentor. The Diploma Candidate must also acquire at least 150 hours of Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS) in the community and at school.


The Full Diploma is not the only option for a student who wishes to participate in the International Baccalaureate Program. International Baccalaureate Certificate students may test in one or several of the higher level subjects offered their senior year.


Ninth grade students enter the International Baccalaureate Program at Sonora High School by meeting the academic prerequisites as evaluated on the basis of teacher recommendation, past academic performance, and successful performance on Sonora's entrance exam as outlined in the International Baccalaureate Application. Sonora High School students who wish to enter the program in grades ten or eleven may do so on the recommendation of teachers and the IB Coordinator. A student transferring to Sonora High School who has been in an IB, GATE, or other equivalent honors program may enroll in the International Baccalaureate Program at Sonora based on appropriate progress from the original school after a review of the student’s transcript.

Continuation in the International Baccalaureate Program at Sonora is based on teacher recommendation into level subsequent courses in each honors area. During the spring of the tenth grade year, International Baccalaureate students will determine if they wish to pursue the IB Full Diploma. Those students who intend to fulfill the Full Diploma Plan will meet with the International Baccalaureate Coordinator and plan the Curriculum for their final two years in high school. At that time such considerations as CAS participation, essay options, and initial university options will be discussed. During the junior and senior year the student's academic progress will be carefully monitored and supported through the IB and Guidance Offices.

International Baccalaureate Diploma

Sequential Curriculum at Sonora High School


English I


Human Geography


Algebra I or II

Geometry or Geo. Honors



French, Spanish

I or II

P.E./ Sports


English II


European History


Geometry Honors

Algebra II Honors



French, Spanish

I or II

P.E./ Sports


English III


American History



or Calculus AB

Statistics AP



French, Spanish




English IV


History Seminar HL 2




or Calculus AB

Statistics AP

Biology IB HL2

Biology HL1

(Science Seminar)

French, Spanish

IV or V


Theory of Knowledge


The IB diploma allows for choices within the 6 areas of examination. Our most typical options include an emphasis on Social Studies or Art. All students must take HL English and SL Math Studies. Students may select 3 HL/ 3 SL or 4 HL/ 2 SL depending on their focus. Other options are available with prior planning.



English Foreign Language

Biology Mathematics

History Psychology



English Foreign Language

Biology or Mathematics

Visual Arts, Film History

**(Other course/level combinations are possible)**

IB Subjects by Group Number

Group Number Levels / Subjects offered at Sonora

1 - English HL English

2 - World Language Spanish, French,

3 - Social Science History, Psychology

4 - Science Biology,

5 - Mathematics SL Math

6 - Elective (HL/SL Visual Arts, Film or a second subject in Group 3 or 4)
(There are level choices within groups 2, 3 and 6.)



















3 HL Subjects 3 SL Subjects

1. __English_______ 1. ___Math Studies__

2. _________________ 2. __________________

3. _________________ 3. __________________


(scheduling and class requirement)



Language A1- English English I (H) English II (H) English III ( HL 1) English IV (HL 2)*


Language B - French Level I or II Level II or III Level III or IV (SL)* Level IV (SL)*

or V (HL 2)*

Spanish Level I or II Level II or III Level III or IV (SL)* Level IV (SL) *

or V (HL 2)*

*Juniors in Language IV eligible for SL exam junior year - Seniors in Lang IV or V may be eligible for for HL

Individuals & Human Geography European History U.S. History Government AP

Societies AP (H) AP AP (HL 1) History of Americas (HL 2)

*Juniors or Seniors in Psychology AP eligible for SL exam

Experimenta l Biology I (H) Chemistry (H) Physics (APor CP) Biology (HL 2)

Sciences Biology (HL 1)


Mathematics Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Pre-Calculus

or Statistics AP

Geometry Algebra II Pre-Calculus Calculus AB/AP

or Statistics AP or Statistics AP

GROUP 6 - ELECTIVE CATEGORY (Student selects elective in an area of personal interest)

Psychology - SL In addition to one group 3 requirement, this would be a second exam in Group 3.
Visual Arts - HL or SL Drawing & Painting is suggested. Completion of one year of Visual Art

qualifies for SL. Two years of Visual Art qualifies for HL. Senior year enrollment required

Film - HL or SL Approval and design of program arranged by instructor

H= Honors AP = Advanced Placement HL = Higher Level Exam SL = Standard Level

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