The International Baccalaureate Program

The International Baccalaureate Organization aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

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  • First All-girls High School in the State

    Modeled after the best educational systems in Europe, the IB program was originally designed in 1968 to meet the educational needs of children of diplomats.  Today, the IB program is offered to any student who wishes to challenge herself academically by pursuing an intensive course of study in six subject areas that leads to the reward of the IB diploma which may provide admission to top colleges and universities around the world. 
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  • A Higheer Degree of Learning

    Unlike other honors curricula, the IB program challenges qualified juniors and seniors who have been recommended by their teachers to take part in a global community of academic excellence with emphasis on critical thinking, creativity and service.  This philosophy fits right into Trinity’s mission of educating the mind and nurturing the spirit of young women. 
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IB Exams

Exams are held in the SMG Athletic Facility. Click here for the 2024 IB Exam Schedule

Please be aware that starting and ending times are approximate. Students will be allowed into the examination room 15 minutes before the start of each exam. Students will be dismissed about twenty minutes after the posted ending time.

Trinity's Unique IB Program

"When I reflect on the past four years I spent at Trinity High School, no words can begin to express the amount of gratitude I feel for attending a wonderful institution. The journey I began freshman year has been long and difficult, but it is very rewarding. Trinity’s rigorous IB curriculum has not only tested my academic abilities, but it has also challenged me mentally and physically. I faced many hardships due to the amount of workload I needed to complete, but those challenges have only provided me with vital skills I can use in the next chapter of my life. I am more than thankful to my teachers for always inspiring me to be more resilient and ambitious. Without them, I would not be the successful student I am today, and I certainly would not have discovered my passion for leadership, teamwork, and volunteering."
Kimberly Verseles, Case Western Reserve University
Bridgeport Catholic Academy

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    Rose Crnkovich 

    English Teacher, IB Coordinator