14 Lindbergh High School Seniors to Pursue International Baccalaureate

Rigorous program would help distinguish college candidates during the selection process.

Fourteen Lindbergh High School seniors are pursuing the prestigious International Baccalaureate diploma in 2012-13, which they would receive upon graduation in May.

Students in the IB program must successfully complete six exams, a course in Theory of Knowledge, a 4,000-word extended essay, and a self-designed program of 150 creative, action and service hours.

Lindbergh is currently one of the only schools in St. Louis to offer IB courses, along with more common AP options.

Irv Mueller, the Lindbergh district's honors coordinator, says an IB diploma helps distinguish students in the college admissions process and prepares them for a successful college experience.

shewithnoname September 25, 2012 at 04:25 PM
Actually, these students won't even learn of their IB grades until July 5th and then those that do earn the IB Diploma, won't receive it until October of their freshman year in college. www.truthaboutib.com


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