Bentonville High School

International Baccalaureate

International Baccalaureate World School The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the needs of college bound and highly motivated students. Students who successfully complete course work and examinations in IB can earn credit at colleges and universities not only in the United States but around the world. The program's broad range of subjects accommodates diverse student interests while still adhering to the objectives of college admissions and BHS graduation requirements. The IB program will motivate students to develop their academic talents fully, including the process of educational inquiry. The IB educational experience will provide a well-rounded, advanced, academic course of study. The program also includes a component that encourages and develops the students' interest in becoming more active and involved members of the community around them. Full description of IB...

IB Coordinator: Sarah Pugh

IB Teachers
David Chapman, Michael Devaney, Norman Doege, Angelica Grimes, Terry Hicks, John McElroy, Brian McKean, Stacy McKean, Derek Miller, Keith Paxton, Greg Puckett, Benjamin Ring, Celine Simpson

IB Handbook
IB Student Characteristics Flyer
IB CAS: Activity/Project Self-Evaluation Form

These are the basic requirements to achieve the IB Diploma.
• All required IB courses from the six groups as designated by the IBO; Language A1, Language A2 or B, Individuals and Societies, Experimental Sciences, Mathematics, and the Arts / Electives
• Take and pass related IB examinations (minimum of 3, maximum of 4 at HL)
• Complete the Extended Essay
• Take and pass Theory of Knowledge course
• Complete and document at least 150 hours of CAS related activity over two years

IB Curriculum Hexagon

Bentonville High School   |   1801 SE J Street   |   Bentonville, AR 72712   |   Phone: 479.254.5100   |   Fax: 479.271.1184