Smithfield-Selma High School recognizes inaugural IB students
Smithfield-Selma High School has officially recognized candidates for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program, who will be the 2015 inaugural class.
The following students were honored for their accomplishments in the IB program: Emma Lampe, Daniel Avila, Emma Szczesiul, Ashton Makey, Ina Colon, and Sarah Wieland.
IB students follow a rigorous, two-year college-level curriculum that develops traits of the IB Learner: knowledgeable, open-minded, reflective, principled, balanced, caring, risk-taking, inquiring, and communicating.
For more information and IB student applications visit www.johnston.k12.nc.us/SSSIB.
PHOTO: Members of the 2015 Inaugural International Baccalaureate Class and teachers (from left) on the front row are Emma Lampe, Daniel Avila, and Emma Szczesiul. On the middle row are Ms. Kelly Hardin, Mrs. Kalie Acquarulo, Mr. Kevin Daughtry, Ashton Makey, Ina Colon, Sarah Wieland, and Mrs. Ellen Ennis-Smith. On the back row are Dr. Therese Polito, Mr. John Cabascango, Mr. Peter Kelly, Mr. Joseph Smith, and Ms. Cynthia Hutchings.