What is an IB class?
It means "International Baccalaureate" which is a type of high school which promotes very high standards of accademics and vigrous homework and classwork assignments.
It's when IB Diploma candidates, during their junior year in high school (if in America), get "pinned" by seniors. Basically, you dress up, your entire IB class and their families are invited, and the senior who has secretly chosen to pin you pins you. The IB pin you can keep and most people put it on their varsity letter, like I did c:
I am a student in the International Baccalaureate program and it is a rigorous, college-level series of classes. It is a lot like the Advance Placement program, though the testing is a little bit more difficult. Another difference between IB and AP is that IB has an added side called CAS, which stands for Creativity-Action-Service. A student in the IB program spends time inside or outside of school in these three fields. For example, in…
Absolutely not! In fact, the IB encourages participation in physical activity through its CAS program, where a minimum of 50 hours of activity (whether through organized sports or personal fitness goals) is required in order to be granted the IB diploma. Many high class athletes who have won provincial and national titles are IB students. Just be aware of time management when juggling team schedules with class work and other interests.