Welcome to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program 2019-20!
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program at Humble High School would like to invite you to explore what the International Baccalaureate Program offers the 21st-Century Learner.The IB Diploma Program is a highly respected, highly credible, complete educational progam that prepared students for success beyond the classroom and is recognized by the world's leading colleges and universities. The IB courses offer a college-level curriculum with international-mindedness at the high school level. The IB Diploma Program is a two-year program that starts in the 11th grade, and IB exams are taken at the end of the senior year.All Humble ISD 10th grade students interested in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program will need to complete a school transfer application as well as the IB application.For questions or inquiries, please contact:Rene Lane, IB Program Coordinatorslane@humbleisd.net281-641-6541/IB office 4001
My name is Rene Lane and I am the IB Coordinator for Humble High School. I also teach IB English 4 and Theory of Knowledge. As you can imagine, it might be hard to catch me in the office without notice.
If you would please email me at email@example.com or call 281-641-6541 to arrange a time to talk-I will get back with you as soon as possible! We are in for an interesting year-but we will have a great year!
IB Class of 2019:370 College Credits Earned this year!
EARN A MINIMUM OF 24 COLLEGE CREDIT HOURS!By earning an IB Diploma!Find out how...Welcome to Humble High School's International Baccalaureate Diploma Program! This is a place to learn more about IB, the Diploma Program, and how HHS IB can benefit you!The Class of 2018International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidates
What is the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program?The International Baccalaureate Program is a globally-recognized educational program that teaches from an international perspective with a college-level curriculum.The IB Diploma Program starts in the 11th grade and lasts for two years up until graduation. Full Diploma students are required to take classes from six different subject areas with examinations at the end of the two-year period.What type of students are ideal candidates for IB?The IB Diploma Program is ideal for students who are looking to challenge themselves and earn college credit while still in high school. Students who desire to learn and who seek the best education would be ideal IB candidates. The IB Diploma Program is also ideal for students looking for international careers.
The Humble High School International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is an academically- acclaimed program that is excellent at preparing students for the rigors of college course work. Some consider it the best in the world. The IBDP curriculum is rigorous, requiring that students complete a two-year program that consists of the study of literature, language, individuals and societies, experimental sciences, mathematics, epistemology and the arts. Students are also expected to complete service projects as well as a 4,000 word college-level research thesis.Research has shown that IB Diploma students; have a 22% higher acceptance rate into college, up to a 13% higher acceptance rate into some Ivy League institutions, are more likely to attend college, earn higher GPAs while attending college, and have a higher college graduation rate.The IBDP is proudly offered at Humble High School, and all 8th, 9th and 10th grade students (in-district and out-of-district) are invited to apply. Those wishing to enroll in IB classes must begin at the beginning of 11th grade.Those earning IB Diplomas are guaranteed a minimum of 24 college hours at Texas public universities.Students who are invited to participate will benefit from a sophisticated and challenging academic experience as well as opportunities to earn college credit and scholarships. For additional information, please visit the IB website at www.ibo.org.For questions about the IBDP at Humble High School please contact the IB Diploma Program Office at 281-641-6541 or email the IB Diploma Program Coordinator: Rene Lane firstname.lastname@example.org
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