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IB Junior Induction Ceremony

Congratulations to our 90 juniors representing the IB Class of 2016!  During the ceremony, these students received their IB pins and were officially welcomed into the IB Diploma program.  Class pictures from all four levels and other photos from the ceremony can be found at 

Interested in the IB program at Smoky Hill?

IB Middle Years Program Coordinator, Alisa Wills-Keely, will be visiting Smoky Hill feeder middle schools in December to share information regarding the International Baccalaureate Program at Smoky Hill.   Joining her will be IB Diploma Coordinator, Patricia Wetmore, IB Counselors, Michelle Kleve and Bob Kennedy, and current IB seniors.  If you have an 8th grader, please contact your middle school's counseling department for the date of our visitation to your school.

Smoky Hill's 8th grade parent night is a great time to check out Smoky Hill IB!  On January 20th at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria, all parents interested in the IB program are invited to meet the coordinators, get your questions answered and learn more about this unique college preparatory program.

IB Alumni Day

When:  Friday, December 19, 2014

Who:  MYP 10 and IB 11th grade

Where:  In classrooms

Time:  Throughout the day and during lunch periods in the Post Grad center

IB graduates from the Class of 2014 are back to share their experiences about their transition to college.  They'll present to classes throughout the day in teams of 4-6 representing in-state, out-of-state, private and public schools and the Military Academies. 

Current seniors are invited to stop by the Post-Grad center during the lunch periods to say hello and welcome back their predecessors.

IB Oasis

Final exams in January means:  IB Oasis time!  Parents of IB students are asked to contribute water and healthy snacks for our students to consume during their breaks between exams.   Please contact SHIBPA co-chairs, Marsha Gordon (303- 693-6152) or Maria Hwang (720- 375-6369) for more information.

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