Is it better to do the IB diploma program or I go to a community college with a high school completion program in the US, as I have found in the state of Washington (in Seattle)?
Hello! I am an Indonesian student currently in a MYP program- year 10 going to pre-IB program. I wanted to ask is it better to continue the IB diploma program in the year 11 and 12, or I could just go to a community college with a high school completion program in the US, as I have found in the state of Washington (in Seattle)? Because I have been thinking that through the community college, high school completion program i could save time and don't have to go through SAT or ACT, as I have heard of.
It really is up to you how you want to proceed. Both are good options. The IB diploma program is recognized by universities throughout the world. The program has been around since the 1960ís. Currently, the courses are taught in Spanish, French and English.
Taking a course at a community college with a high school completion program is also a great way to move forward. However, many of these programs are offered as a traditional program and may require you to be present in person. In order to make the best possible decision for you, make sure to find out all the requirements and logistics, so that you are prepared.
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