The International Baccalaureate program isn’t a set of lessons or rules; it’s an educational philosophy centered around the goal of helping children become active, caring, lifelong learners who respect themselves and others. Our students are critical thinkers, questioners, and problem solvers who are active in their community and the larger world around them.
Students leave Channing Hall well-prepared for the academic challenges of high school and college. In fact, students who continue on and graduate with an IB Diploma from high school are often able to enter college with up to two years of college credit, 130 hours or more of community service, and a reputation for excellence.
IB is different because it:
The IB program has outlined a list of abilities and responsibilities that go beyond academic success to define what it means to be an "IB Learner." We strive to help our students become: