COEUR d'ALENE - The International Baccalaureate Organization's program in the Coeur d'Alene School District will end as the last graduating IB diploma candidates cast their mortarboards into the sky at the close of the school year.
Eighteen Lake City High School seniors have spent the last two years in the internationally recognized academic program, which was implemented eight years ago. It was a massive undertaking," said Principal Deanne Clifford.
Clifford was one of the program's proponents who helped introduce it to LCHS. The program was approved in 2006 and the first class of IB graduates was in 2008.
Now, with the program ending and the largest class of IB grads ready to take flight, Clifford, IB teachers and the students are reluctant to see the program go. Full story. Devin Heilman, CdA Press
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