The Diploma Programme offered by the International Baccalaureate Organisation is taught in the last two years of high school and finishes with baccalaureate exams. The Diploma obtained upon completion of the programme is equivalent to the Polish Matura, while it is also recognised by universities worldwide. In Poland, the programme has been offered for more than 20 years and is taught at 35 state and non-public schools. Worldwide, it is taught at 2,245 schools. It is recognised on every continent as a programme that constitutes an ideal preparation for university education.
Why the IB Diploma
IB Diploma Programme is ideal preparation for university. Why? Please check the 10 reasons why it is true!
The Diploma Programme (DP) consists of learning in 6 subject groups, an Extended Essay of 4,000 words, learning through experience in the CAS (Creativity, Action, Service) programme and the theory of knowledge course which develops critical thinking.
What is an IB World School?
As an IB World School, our high school is among only a few schools in Poland and 979 schools in the world with the authorisation of the IB to offer its programmes. These schools, according to the international IB experts, meet the highest requirements for quality in education.
DP Subject Groups
Each IB Learner creates his or her curriculum profile to a large extent by themselves. The student’s task is to choose one subject from each of 5 groups.
DP Subject Choices
The choice of specific subjects by the student should be related to his / her plans for further university studies and career.
The assessment in each subject group is based on the determination of the level of student performance against the established criteria, and not on the ranking of students in a given group.