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The International Baccalaureate program is a 2 year program requiring its participants to take classes of different difficulties: 3 Higher Level and 3 Standard Level. In these classes, you have to do Internal Assessments which are projects which you are not allowed to have assistance from a teacher or students in your class. IB also requires that you do CAS, which requires you to do something creative (painting, drawing, making a book, etc), active (running, sports, etc), and something with service (food bank, tutoring, etc). Also, IB requires you to write an essay before the end of Senior Year. The goal of IB is to make you a well-rounded student.

As for Dual-Enrollment, it is a semester course only seen in certain classes. For example, if you're taking physics, it can sometimes count as a high school credit as well as college credit. Ask your school for more information about DE. It is seen at most high schools.

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