IB program info night in Wooster

IB program info night in Wooster

Are you up for an academic challenge? Do you want to position yourself to be well prepared for college? Are you interested in being around other intellectually curious students? Would you like to earn college credit for classes you take in high school?

If so, the IB program might be for you. Tri-County International Academy’s International Baccalaureate (IB) program is a two-year program that offers juniors and seniors a challenging, college-prep curriculum. An IB education provides a competitive advantage with the college application process and preparation for collegiate-level classes. College-bound sophomores in Ashland, Holmes, and Wayne counties are eligible for enrollment for their junior and senior years.

Students in grades 7-10 and their families are invited to attend the IB Info Night on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Large Group Instructional Room of Wooster High School, where attendees can learn more about the program and hear from students, teachers, parents and college representatives about the benefits of the IB program.

For additional information, contact Victoria Birk, the IB program coordinator, at tesc_vbirk@tccsa.net or 330-345-4000 ext 3224.