Since 2015, Dublin High School has offered students an IB education--a framework of rigorous study, which aims to develop students as they learn to understand and navigate the complexities of our world.
In alignment with the IB Mission statement, the program develops students who are knowledgeable and caring inquirers. Dublin High School's IB Diploma Programme helps students become respectful of the world they live in and the people who inhabit it. In all, the IB program encourages students to become active and compassionate life-long learners.
The first class of Diploma Programme (DP) students commenced in 2016. Since 2016, 118 students have participated in the IB program, and Dublin High IB students have earned 116 college credits. These credits transfer to most public and private colleges universities in Georgia, the US, and the world.
It's an exciting time to be a globally competitive learner!
Heather Hartley, Ph.D.
Coordinator, International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme