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IB Diploma Programme is designed as an academically challenging and balanced program of education with final examinations that prepare students (normally aged 16-19) for success at university and life beyond. The programme is taught over two years (junior and senior) and has gained recognition and respect from the world's leading universities. IB Diploma Programme students study six courses at higher level or standard level. The links below provide information and research regarding the programme.

NHS IB Coordinator: Alaina Brown,

IB 2017-18 Testing Calendar

AP Capstone & IB Diploma Review

IB at Novi High School

Case Studies: Participation and Performance in the IB Diploma Programme
NCSD Academic Integrity Policy
NCDS Assessment Policy
IB Admissions Policy
IB Diploma Programme Course Prerequisites & Course Offerings
IB Language Policy
IB Research Brief: First College Courses Taken by IB Students
IB Research Brief: Postsecondary Enrollment Patterns of IB Certificate  and Diploma Candidates.
Info Sheet:  Student Engagement Among IB and Non-IB Students in the US
Research Summary: Academic Performance of IB Students
Research Summary: High School Student Engagement among IB and non-IB students
School-University Transition Project
Working to My Potential: Postsecondary Experiences

IB Documents

IB Programme Guide
Advanced Placement vs. IB
Recognition Policy Summary - Michigan Universities 
Language & Learning
Learning in a Language other than Mother Tongue
Guidelines for Developing a School Language Policy
Programme Standards & Practices
IB Learner Profile  
From Principles to Practice 
College Board - IB & AP 
What do University Admissions Professionals say about IB? 
International Talent Show 

Diploma Programme General Regulations for students and their legal guardians

Diploma Programme General Regulations  


additional Links

IB Research

IB - Creativity, Activity, Service Program Documents

CAS Student Handbook  
CAS-RF Reflection Form  
CAS-OL Organization List