Academics

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International Baccalaureate Program (IB)

The International Baccalaureate Program is a rigorous pre-college course of study for the highly motivated high school student. Established in 1967, the prestigious IB Program has grown to include over 1000 schools in more than 100 countries. The program offered by Ingraham High School is one of only 13 in the state of Washington. Participants in the IB Program become part of an international group of students taking similar courses based on rigorous academic standards. Experienced examiners worldwide evaluate their work. IB examination is internationally accredited.
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IBx Program
Students in the Accelerated International Baccalaureate (IBx) program at Ingraham High School have the opportunity to participate in a work-site internship during their senior year. To be eligible to participate in this program, they must have taken at least one semester of a CTE-qualified course either prior to, or concurrent with, their internship.
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Community Based Training (CBT)
The goal of Ingraham’s Community Based Training (CBT) program is to prepare students with disabilities for life after high school. We hope to give students a wide range of real-world experiences, vocational instruction, and social skills training. Each day we gently but persistently push our students towards independence, and we ultimately hope that every student in our department will leave Ingraham with an elevated sense of self-worth and an ability to determine their own future through self-advocacy.
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Service Learning Requirement
Seattle Public Schools requires all high school students to complete 60 hours of service learning in order to graduate. This requirement cannot be waived. Service learning is volunteering, giving time without pay, to a non-profit or government agency. Service learning allows students to learn and to apply academic, social and personal skills through real life, hands-on activities. Students are asked to reflect and report on their experiences.
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