High school IB programs becoming more popular


A growing number of Indiana high schools are offering rigorous International Baccalaureate programs that emphasize critical thinking and cultural awareness.
IB coordinators at Bosse High School and Signature School told the Evansville Courier & Press that the program helps create well-rounded students. Students in the challenging IB program study a foreign language, social sciences and the arts as well as math and experimental sciences.
When Bosse and Signature were approved as IB schools three years ago, they were only the eighth and ninth Indiana schools to offer the program. The number since has doubled, and 18 Indiana schools now offer IB programs.

2 thoughts on “High school IB programs becoming more popular”

  1. If this curriculum is as good as it sounds, I would definitely want my children to be in the IB program.The arts and languages are sorely neglected an the Madison district. But where would the money come from?

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