International Baccalaureate (IB)

IB students are ready for college, career, and life in the 21st century.

Universities, colleges, and businesses desire IB students because they know they are strongly prepared, capable, and ready to take on challenges.      

IB World School students develop strong academic, social, and emotional characteristics.

  • They are encouraged to think independently and drive their own learning
  • They take part in programs of education that can lead them to some of the highest ranking universities around the world
  • They become more culturally aware, through the development of a second language
  • They become able to engage with people in an increasingly globalized, rapidly changing world.

Lincoln High School is proud to be one of 15 Wisconsin IB schools and part of the growing worldwide community of over 4000 IB World Schools.

IB full diploma students are prepared for college and the 21st century workplace.

IB students save money on college through credits awarded for exams

Learn more here or click on college credits on the side navigation bar.

Certificate students earn 3-8 credits on average for exams

Full diploma students typically earn a full year's worth of credits and enter with sophomore status - saving an entire year's worth of college tuition, not to mention books, and general living costs.

  


Successful completion of IB courses receive credit or advanced standing at most post-secondary institutions.  Click here for more information on college credit

IB is Education for a better world 

LINCOLN IB POLICIES

General regulations:  Diploma Program
Academic Honesty Policy
Assessment Policy
Language Policy
Special Needs Policy

May 2020 Exam Schedule

More Information

Please contact Rachael George for more information.

Rachael George • IB Coordinator

Phone: 920.663.9667
email:  georger@mpsd.k12.wi.us

ib 2017
 Congratulations to the 2017 LHS Full Diploma Graduates


“Education that is academically rigorous, deliberately multi-cultural, and concerned with developing personal values that include a commitment to community service is an invaluable resource for any and all of us.” 
     — George Rupp, past president of Rice and Columbia Universities

 

Stanford University IB Video Series

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