IB Diploma

IB Diploma

Entry into the IB Diploma Programme is not automatic and will be determined by the school’s evaluation of each prospective candidate’s suitability for admission.

Factors that will influence the decision are the important attributes critical to the success of students in the IB Diploma Programme:

Internal candidates promoted from Grade 10:

>> Proven academic performance and results of the IGCSE examinations.

>> The candidate’s desire to undertake rigorous academic studies.

>> Demonstrable evidence of a strong work ethic.

>> A mature attitude towards work, recreation and school life.

Candidates who have completed Grade 10 in other schools:

>> Proven academic performance and results of either the IGCSE examinations, if applicable, or an alternative programme.

>> The candidate’s desire to undertake rigorous academic studies.

>> Demonstrable evidence of a strong work ethic.

>> A mature attitude towards work, recreation and school life.

Similarly, once admitted to the IB Diploma Programme, students must apply to study subjects at Higher Level. The school will evaluate all such applications, and reserves the right of approval for students to undertake Higher Level courses of study. The school will also consider academic performance and the student’s well being at key points throughout the IB Diploma Programme to determine if progress reports and assessment results indicate that it is appropriate to withdraw him or her from the IB Diploma Programme and transfer to the ISH Diploma Programme.

At the end of Grade 12, those students who successfully fulfil the externally and internally assessed requirements of the Programme will be awarded the International Baccalaureate Diploma.

 

 

 

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