What does it means to be an IB student?

Being an IB Student

The primary objective of the IB program is to provide a world-class education that prepares students with the intellectual, social, and critical perspectives necessary for college and beyond. The rigorous curriculum, the original research requirement, and the service component are designed to produce well-rounded and well-educated citizens who can read and think critically, write persuasively, speak articulately, and manage extremely demanding schedules. Nease IB students manage to balance a challenging academic program with service, athletic, creative and leadership activities, and are consistently recognized for their energy and enthusiasm.

Being an RHS IB Student means:


IB Diploma Curriculum

The IB Diploma Program emphasizes trans-disciplinary learning and requires students to study courses across six disciplines.

Group 1: Language & Literature

Group 2: Language Acquisition

Group 3: Individuals & Societies

Group 4: Experimental Sciences

Group 5: Mathematics

Group 6:  Arts or Elective

There are 3 Unique Core Elements: