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IB Course

What does an IB Course entail?

An IB course, which stands for International Baccalaureate course, entails four different courses that will teach students throughout their education from ages 3 to 19 to learn new languages, mathematics and critical thinking, namely when it comes to thinking for themselves. These programs vary based on the subject of study, with exams in subjects like math and essay writing in subjects like English or another foreign language.

 

There are also four IB programs offered for different age ranges as well. The first is for a child’s primary years from 3 to 12 years of age, which prepares a child to become an active and caring lifelong learners. The middle years program creates a framework to challenge a student’s abilities to learn within the real world. The diploma program and career-related program are both offered to students between the ages of 16 to 19, dividing between those who want higher education degrees and those who want careers immediately.