The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an internationally recognized program through which secondary students complete a comprehensive curriculum of rigorous study and demonstrate performance on culminating examinations. The examination for the IB diploma covers six subjects, three or four of which must be at the higher level, with others at the standard level. Students may present a full IB diploma or a certificate recognizing specific subject examinations and be considered for credit based on the examination level and result.
Students shall be granted 6 semester credits for scores of 4 or higher on each higher level examination, plus 2 credits for each standard level examination with a score of 4 or higher.
Where test material is substantially similar to the content of an existing Normandale course, credit for that course will be awarded. Where test material is considered to be college level but not substantially similar to the content of a Normandale course, elective credit will be awarded.