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IB

Mission

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

Founded in 1968, The International Baccalaureate Organization works with over 3800 schools in 147 countries to develop and offer challenging academic programs to over one million students. The IB encourages students to be active learners, well-rounded individuals and engaged world citizens.

Courses

  • Language A (usually mother tongue)
  • Language B (foreign language at various levels)
  • Individuals and Societies
  • Sciences
  • Mathematics (at various levels)
  • Elective Subjects or duplication subject listed above

Faculty

Randall Barber

Randall Barber

Teacher
Megan Besecker

Megan Besecker

Teacher
Matthew Bogard

Matthew Bogard

Teacher

Mr. Bogard's Teacher Website

Celia Casso

Celia Casso

Teacher
Kyle Clinton

Kyle Clinton

Teacher, Department Chair
Michelle Evans

Michelle Evans

Teacher
Arthur Faria

Arthur Faria

Teacher
Daniel Fishman

Daniel Fishman

Teacher
Roxana Husselstein

Roxana Husselstein

Teacher
Angela Jackson

Angela Jackson

Clerk Typist
Patrick Kincaid

Patrick Kincaid

Teacher
Marcus Metcalf

Marcus Metcalf

Teacher
Tyler Morgan

Tyler Morgan

Teacher
Keith Petiti

Keith Petiti

Teacher
Lauren Petiti

Lauren Petiti

Teacher, Department Chair
Maril Soomalan

Maril Soomalan

Teacher
Robert Waterman

Robert Waterman

Teacher