Advantages of the IB Program
The potential to earn 34 college credits for the UNC system
Private universities may or may not record IB credit differently.
Challenging, writing intensive program that fosters critical thinking and communicating
Rigorous and comprehensive education based on a global perspective
Traditional high school paired with service and extra-curricular activities
Student Centered Learning/Interdisciplinary Teaching
Comprehensive liberal arts program examines the relationship between the various academic subjects
Provides a high standard of teaching as required by the IB Program
High expectations of students and development of full academic potential in all areas of study
Encourages students to be involved in the community through service and through business and education partnerships,
Develops caring and compassionate citizens with a strong commitment to human welfare
Credit is assessed and granted upon the successful completion of the IB examination.
Advanced standing and/or course credit may be accorded based on exam scores
Credit varies from university to university
Students have expanded college choices
Many colleges offer scholarships for IB Diploma holders
We welcome all interested students throughout the school district. The application process is during spring registration, and we encourage these students to take the opportunity to apply for participation in the IB program. Because of the rigor and expectations for prerequisites, the IB program requires a four-year commitment to RMHS.
Interested in learning more or spending the day visiting the IB program? Contact the IB Diploma Program Coordinator, Jeff Pageau by calling Rocky Mount High School: 252-937-9050. Or, send an email: email@example.com. Visit our website for a full program overview: https://sites.google.com/ncpschools.net/ibrmhs/home
For more information about IB and worldwide statistics about subject results, scores, diploma rates, growth and diversity, please visit http://www.ibo.org/.