Welcome to the SRHS IB Web Page
Dear Students, Parents, and Visitors,
Please Visit the IB Canvas Page by clicking on the Canvas Icon Below:
The 2018 Brian Green IB Scholarship Recipient is Cassidy Thimmer. Cassidy will be attending the University of South Florida. Pictured with Cassidy is Mr. Valencia, IB Guidance Counselor and Mrs. Joy Green, Brian’s mother.
Katelyn Wahl, an IB Senior, has been selected for the prestigious 2018 Florida Regional JSEHS STEM Research Competition. Katelyn was 1 of 24 students selected to present her research and answer questions from expert judges based on her IB Extended Essay in the field of Biology entitled: The Anti-diabetic Potential of Indian Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants: A Comparative Analysis of α-Amylase Inhibitory Activity.
IB schools Working Together
SRHS Diploma Students helped Liberty Magnet 2nd graders with their science assessment.
International Beach Cleanup
IB students from SRHS, SRMS, and Liberty Magnet helped cleanup Treasure Shores Beach on Saturday, October 7th.
Lesley Hernandez, President of the Sebastian River High School Red Kettle Club, was recognized by the Salvation Army for her volunteer efforts. Lesley established the first Red Kettle Club in the state of Florida as her CAS Project.
Periodically, I will make changes and/or updates to our IB website. In order to keep you informed of changes, please text the following:
Text number is 81010
Text message @srhsib this is for DP students (11th and 12th)
@preibapa this is for pre-IB/AP (9th and 10th)
If you currently have the REMIND App (free), you can ADD Class and enter srhsib or preibapa
Once you have completed this, you will receive texts from me when I make changes to the website. My texts have a limited number of “characters”, so I will send brief texts to tell you where to look for updates.
- Middle of page under Students and Parents; click on IB Diploma Programme icon; excellent information
Liberty Magnet IB School
“Coming to America”
2nd grade Planner Summative Assessment
Planned and facilitated 5 stations for 2nd graders as part of their Ellis Island experience.
Sebastian River High School
International Baccalaureate Students