• IB Courses

    IB coursework takes place in grades 11 and 12. All IB Higher Level (HL) and many IB Standard Level (SL) are taught over two years in preparation for formal IB assessment. The SL courses taught in a single year are: Computer Science SL, Environmental Systems and Socieities SL, Math Applications and Interpretation SL, Psychology SL, Social and Cultural Anthropology SL and World Religions SL.  View our 2020-21 Cleveland Course Guide (pdf) and the IB Subject Briefs for more information about these courses.

    Language A: Studies in Language and Literature
    IB English A Literature HL
    IB English A Language and Literature HL
    IB Language A Literature Self-Taught SL (for non-native English speakers or fluent speakers of a second language)

    Language B: World Languages
    IB French SL
    IB German SL
    IB Mandarin Chinese SL and HL
    IB Spanish SL and HL

    Societies and Individuals
    IB History of the Americas HL
    IB Psychology SL and HL
    IB Social and Cultural Anthropology SL and HL
    IB World Religions SL

    Experimental Sciences
    IB Biology SL and HL
    IB Chemistry SL and HL
    IB Computer Science SL
    IB Environmental Systems and Societies SL
    IB Physics SL and HL

    Mathematics
    IB Math Analysis and Approaches HL
    IB Math Analysis and Approaches SL
    IB Math Applications and Interpretation SL

    The Arts
    IB Music SL and HL
    IB Theatre SL and HL
    IB Visual Arts SL and HL

    Theory of Knowledge (TOK)

    For more information, please contact Cleveland's IB Coordinator, Jennifer Wiandt, at jwiandt2@pps.net or 503-916-5120.