Courses listed below are subject to change.
Please consult the current Seminole High School Curriculum Guide for
the list of courses currently offered at Seminole High School.
Language A1: English language, including the study
of selections from world literature.
Language B: Second modern language, Spanish or
Individuals and Societies: History of the Americas
and the world.
Experimental Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
Mathematics: Mathematics Higher Level (HL), Mathematical
Studies, Mathematical Methods.
The Arts and Electives: Music, Psychology, Economics
or a second science.
Theory of Knowledge: A required interdisciplinary
course, designed to stimulate critical thinking and reflection upon
the knowledge gained both inside and outside the classroom.
Extended Essay: An independent 4,000-word essay
on a research subject of the student's choice.
Creativity, Action and Service (CAS): 150 hours
of school and community service.
For more information about the IB Curriculum (Theory of
Knowledge, CAS, and Extended Essay), click
For more information about the six academic subjects, click
Extended Essay Guide 2009-2010
Essay Contract 2009-2010
a more in depth look at the IB Curriculum click here for the SHS
Curriculum Guide 2009-2010 IB section.
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