What is the International Baccalaureate Program?
International Baccalaureate is an internationally recognized non-profit educational program with a rigorous curriculum. International Baccalaureate features a global focus and emphasizes inquiry based learning, creative problem solving, hands-on projects, and community service.
What is the history of International Baccalaureate?
International Baccalaureate, founded by educators in Geneva, Switzerland in 1968, was created to provide a high-quality educational program for international families. Its consistent applicability and value for students of all backgrounds have led to adoption by schools all over the world. Only schools that have been thoroughly vetted by the International Baccalaureate Organization can earn official designation as International Baccalaureate World Schools. Currently, there are 3,086 schools in 139 countries. There are 50 International Baccalaureate World Schools in Georgia, and Dublin High School is the only one between Macon and Savannah.
Why is International Baccalaureate a good fit for Dublin High School?
The rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma Program gives Dublin High School students a competitive advantage in this increasing global economy. The International Baccalaureate program also allows DHS graduates to remain competitive by offering a world-class education.
The international Baccalaureate program builds on Dublin City School’s mission to “prepare all students to be effective communicators, problem solvers and lifelong learners” while aligning with our vision of being a “world-class charter school system that produces globally competitive students.”
Dr. Heather Hartley
Dublin High School International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Coordinator
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