Fundamental to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme are honesty and integrity. As they conduct research, complete assignments, and sit for exams, students are expected to deport themselves in accordance with the IB organization's policies.
Basic to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme's philosophy is that all students may benefit from involvement in IB courses. To support students who may have special needs, Shore Regional High School has adopted a policy that accommodates these students so that they might benefit from the school's IB course offerings.
to download a copy of Shore Regional High School's policy regarding the accessibility of the IB Diploma Programme to students with special needs.
As students progress through their studies in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, they will undergo several assessments, some that are internally scored and others that are scored by IB examiners.
to download Shore Regional High School's policy on assessments within its IB Diploma Programme.
As it seeks to develop globally aware students, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme requires that those involved in the program pursue world language studies. Moreover, the program supports students who may natively speak a language other than the primary language of instruction at the schools they attend. Shore Regional High School acknowledges the importance of language study and the issues associated with mother tongue instruction within its ELL offerings. So that all students understand what is available to them as students in the high school and what is expected of them as students within the IB Diploma Programme, the Board of Education at Shore Regional High School has formulated a policy that supports the needs of its students as they pursue studies within the World Language Department specifically and within the school's other departments generally.
to download Shore Regional High School's Language Policy.