News about IB students
PYP students take first prize in a tech competition for girls
Three IB students attending primary school in New Zealand have won an international tech competition with an app idea to help people evacuate during a tsunami.
DP student smashes records at ASEAN Para Games in Malaysia
Toh Wei Soong, a 19-year old Singaporean paralympic swimmer and an IB student preparing for his upcoming examinations, talks about the importance of balancing his training schedule with his studying.
Helping students develop resilience through education
Brandon White, a high school student from a low-income neighbourhood in Panama City, Florida, made an important decision by signing up to the IB Diploma Programme (DP) at his high school.
Aspiring IB students fight fake news at Newseum
Fake news is a more critical question than ever, and some students in Washington are learning how to think more critically about their media consumption.
DP students help to abolish medical debts
Two ambitious high-school students are taking the values embodied by the IB to another level by starting a challenging project to abolish medical debts.
280 student-athletes to start at new Athlete Friendly Education Centre
Though a unique partnership between Rivers International School Arnhem and FSG Academy Apeldoorn, young athletes will have the opportunity to train, compete and complete the Diploma Programme (DP).
MYP students celebrate their results
More than 66,000 Middle Years Programme (MYP) students from around the world are set to receive their results from the May 2017 examination session.
IB results day: graduates worldwide celebrate
Today more than 159,400 Diploma Programme (DP) students around the world receive their results from the May 2017 examination session. This marks a 6.42 percent increase compared with last year, and they join a community of more than 1.7 million DP graduates in 152 countries worldwide. This year's students received an average diploma score of 29.95 points (of 45 possible maximum), with 218 students achieving a perfect score.
IB alumna shares New Orleans adventure for The New York Times
Known by her stage name Dessa; rapper, singer, essayist and IB alumna, Margaret Wander usually sees her touring destinations at night time, from the inside of a bus. This time she returns as a tourist, determined to experience the real New Orleans and all of its magic. She shared her adventure in an article for The New York Times.
Mathematics teacher inspires student film
We invited IB students to create a short film to show how their teachers make a lasting impact on their lives.