Baishan Annie Wright
The Baishan Annie Wright program prepares students extraordinarily well for meeting the challenges of attending a university or college in an English speaking country. We offer small classes, independent-minded peers, and an exceptional faculty. Annie Wright’s challengingcurriculum
combined with the rigor of the IB Diploma curriculum
appeals to motivated students with a variety of learning styles.
Most importantly, we prepare students for a lifetime of learning, instilling in our students genuine curiosity and the courage to ask questions, seek creative answers and meet the challenges of a rapidly-changing, complex and culturally-diverse world.
At Baishan Annie Wright, we follow a rigorous schedule of classes to prepare students for the International Baccalaureate’s Diploma Programme
. In order to help our students meet the challenges of the IB Diploma Programme, we offer extensive support in the development of their English proficiency. Classes to support students in preparation for the TOEFL
exams will be part of the daily schedule for students in selected grade levels. Students will be offered intensive English courses and even receive instruction during the boarding component of the program. Our goal is to ensure that English becomes the language of learning for all students at Baishan Annie Wright.
Students attending Baishan Annie Wright will have the opportunity to earn a diploma from Annie Wright Schools in Tacoma, Washington. Students who are able to complete the requirements set forth for the IB Diploma Programme
will also have the ability to earn the IB Diploma as well.
The requirements to earn a High School Diploma from Annie Wright are rigorous and challenging. They include:
• Earn a minimum of 23 credits and fulfill the following core academic requirements:
English = 4 credits
Mathematics = 3 credits (or completion of Algebra 2)
History = 3 credits
World Language = 2 credits (through 2nd year of a language)
Science = 3 credits
Physical Education = 2 credits
Fine Arts = 1 credit
Elective Credit = 5 credits