Around the globe, schools seek authorization to become IB World Schools. Howard S. Billings High School is proud to be one of close to 4,000 schools in 147 countries authorized as an IB school.
The HSB IB Programme is offered from Grade 7 to Grade 11. It is an enriched programme of study which offers students the opportunity to develop international mindedness and their communication skills through innovative approaches to learning, both inside the classroom and out. Many courses are offered in French, and students follow either a Science Focus or a Liberal Arts Focus in the senior grade levels. Students graduating from the IB Programme receive an official IB Certificate, which is recognized globally.
In addition to being part of the IB “family”, students are also an integral part of the H.S.B. community. Numerous extra-curricular activities, including student leadership opportunities, special events, our Billings Blazers athletic teams, and countless artistic and cultural groups complement our academic programme and ensure our students not only receive an outstanding education, but develop their interests and excel as part of the Billings family.
Grade 6 parents interested in registering their child:
We are currently accepting applications for the 2021-2020 school year at the MYP 1 (grade seven) level.
The entrance exam will take place on Saturday, October 31st, 2020. The exam will be completed entirely online this year. Please click here to download the registration package. All required documents and payment must be received by October 13 in order for your child to be registered.
Please make your cheque or money order payable to Howard S. Billings High School. Documents and payment cannot be hand-delivered.
Should you have questions regarding the programme or the exam which the registration package nor the website cannot answer, please contact us at email@example.com.
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Click here for a handy Middle Years Programme (MYP) overview for parents.
Read all about the IB programme worldwide at www.ibo.org