2 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Hillsborough High SchoolC. Leon King High SchoolT. R. Robinson High SchoolStrawberry Crest High School
3 IB World Schools in North America: 1,916 schools 348 Canadian Schools1,568 US SchoolsThe number of IB schools increases on a weekly basis. At the time this slide was created the program existed in nearly 4,000 schools in 146 different countries throughout the world.3,911 IB schools in 146 countries throughout the worldNov 2010
4 What is the IB Programme? “The IB is not just about belonging to a school; it is about belonging to a world network of like-minded people who have a common experience and the capacity to change the world for the better.”-Ian Hill, Deputy Director General of the International Baccalaureate Organization, Supertest, 2005HistoryMagnetCourse Work
5 IB Learner ProfileIB Programmes aim to develop internationally minded people who are striving to become:InquirersKnowledgeableThinkersCommunicatorsRisk-takersPrincipledCaringOpen-mindedWell-balancedReflectiveThe IBO aims to develop well-rounded students. Every class and every lesson aim to develop all of these skills in each one of our students.One characteristic that we like to point out is well-balanced. There is a common misconception that in order for an IB student to be successful in the program they must have “no life”. In fact, most of our students are involved in a number of activities including sports and clubs at school as well as activities in their community. The CAS requirement further instills the concept of a well-balanced student by having the student expand their knowledge outside of the classroom through creative, active and service activities.
6 Academics 4 years of each: Other courses: English Inquiry Skills Foreign LanguageFrench or SpanishMathematicsSocial StudiesScienceBiology, Chemistry, & PhysicsOther courses:Inquiry SkillsTheory of KnowledgeIB ElectiveSecond SciencePsychologyEconomicsArtTraditional ElectivesForeign Language – All students must begin 9th grade with Spanish I – Pre-IB regardless of whether they have completed a foreign language in middle school.Inquiry Skills is an “IB Survival Course” of sorts. This is a course taken by all 9th graders where they develop skills associated with studying, organization, research etc.Despite being in IB classes the majority of the day, students also have the option of taking electives in our traditional program.
7 AT Robinson…. INTERESTING ELECTIVES ROTC TV Production Journalism Culinary OperationsWeb Design / ComputersBand / Chorus / OrchestraDramaArtTeam Sports /Weight Training / Soccer / BasketballAerospace/ Latin/ Law Studies / Psychology
8 Special Features World-wide curriculum Research class- study hall Rotating ScheduleTeachers available before & after schoolIB Coordinator, IB Counselor, and College and Career CounselorTransportation to and from schoolNo physical education
9 Traditional Schedule IB Schedule DAY ONE DAY TWO meets everydayIB Schedulemeets every other dayPeriod150 min.234567Period190 min.23Study HallPeriod190 min.23Study HallDAY ONEDAY TWO
10 EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AT Robinson High School SPORTSCLUBSStudent GovernmentScience ClubStarletsVarious Honor SocietiesSpeech and DebateMath LeagueFellowship of Christian AthletesVarious Service ClubsKaraokeFuture Business Leaders of AmericaAeroknightsFuture Doctors of AmericaKnightmareBowling ClubDramaModel UNUNICEFHistorical SocietyOrder of the PhoenixPhotographyFootballCheerleadingVolleyballCross CountrySwimmingGolfTrackSoccerFlag FootballBaseballSoftballTennisBasketballWrestlingLacrosse
11 And FUN ACTIVITIES Homecoming Game and Dance Pep Rallies Concerts and PlaysIB PartiesGreat American Teach-InField TripsRelay for LifeIce Cream Socials
12 Benefits of IB IB students are….. more engaged in high schoolmore prepared for collegemore likely to succeed in collegeColleges recognize the value of IB and seek IB students- Many of our students go on to be as involved in college life as they were in high school. Our graduates from last year include: softball players at Harvard and Ave Maria, a baseball player at University of Tampa, track athlete at University of Central Florida, band member at University of Virginia, ROTC cadet at University of Florida, soccer player at Air Force Academy etc.
13 Benefits of IB Strong college applicants IB students more likely to be admitted to selective universitiesScholarship opportunitiesPossibility of over 30 university credits
14 IB, AP or Dual Enrollment? International BaccalaureateAdvanced PlacementDual EnrollmentRigorous ContentTotal Program (all subjects taught at IB level)Individual Courses Selected by StudentScore Assigned Based on TestScore Assigned at Teacher’s DiscretionEvaluated by colleges for college creditInternational StandardsNational StandardsSchool-wide StandardsIB Students may take IB, AP and Dual Enrollment coursesAP Students may take AP and Dual Enrollment coursesDual Enrollment Students may take AP and Dual Enrollment courses
15 Average Acceptance Rate IB Acceptance Rate University or CollegeAverage Acceptance RateIB Acceptance RateUniversity of Florida42%82%Florida State University60%92%Brown University9%18%Columbia University13%Harvard University7%10%New York University30%57%University of Miami72%Cornell University31%Duke University16%28%University of Pennsylvania14%24%Yale UniversityUniversity of Central Florida47%90%University of California -Los Angeles23%48%Princeton University8%Last year our students were accepted to schools including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Notre Dame, MIT, Air Force Academy, West Point
16 Top ranked universities Ivy League SchoolsHarvard, Princeton, Yale, Columbia, Penn,Brown, CornellTop ranked universitiesChicago, MIT, Duke, Northwestern, Johns Hopkins, Wash U, Rice, Vanderbilt, Emory, Georgetown, UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, U of Southern California, U of Virginia, Wake Forest, U North Carolina, NYU, Georgia Tech, Case Western, Lehigh, Rensselaer, U of Miami, Boston U, Tulane, U of Florida, Northeastern, Fordham, Brigham Young, American, Rutgers, U of Alabama, Drexel, Auburn, Florida State U, Colorado, Loyola, Howard, St. John‘s, U of Hawaii, U South Florida, U Central Florida, Swarthmore, Wesleyan, Haverford, Williams, Embry Riddle, Amherst, FL New College, Lipscomb, FAMU, Univ Tampa, Stetson, Rollins, Eckerd, FL Southern, FL AtlanticMilitary AcademiesWest Point, US Air Force Academy, US Naval Academy, US Coast Guard Academy, US Merchant Marines
17 Who chooses IB? Students who are highly motivated Students who are academically talentedStudents willing to challenge themselves in all subjectsStudents who want to experience a world-wide curriculumStudents who wish to surround themselves with others of like goals
18 Selection Criteria GPA Academic subjects from 7th grade and first part of 8th gradeTest ScoresStandardized reading and math test scores from 6th and/or 7th gradeWriting SampleHCPS students will take a writing assessment at school in November.Private school students will attend a writing session Dec 6 (Middleton HS), Dec 9 (Leto HS), or Jan 10 (Tampa Bay Tech HS)Algebra I or Algebra I Honors required.
19 How do I know IB is right for me? Talk to your parents,counselor, teachersAttend the IB Information Session, Saturday, November 8 At 9:00 AM Robinson HS with your parentsShadow (10/14,10/30, 11/6, 11/18, 12/3, 12/18)Call for an appointmentNotify your school three days in advanceYou must provide your own transportationBring your lunch or money to buy lunchTimes at RHS 7:25 – 2:45
20 Answers to FAQs Algebra I is required Physical Science Honors and a foreign language are not requiredApply to Magnet Programs onlineNovember 12 – December 17 and then final decision is made in March
21 Apply online: November 12 - December 17 www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/magnet