Arizona International Baccalaureate Schools

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 2018 AZIBS Students and Educators Announced

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Students of the Year

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Kalena Oorlog, Michelle Dao, Jula Keturatana, and Micah Stull

Arizona IB Students in the News

  • Senior IB DP Candidate Savannah L. and Senior DP Candidate Ken H. scored perfect scores on the ACT and SAT math sections, respectively. (Click here to read the article)

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Educators of the Year

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Courtney Kemp, Katie Garza, Sasha Forkum (not pictured: Ukiah Hoy)

AZIBS Awards - Coming Soon

2019 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Nomintation Form- Coming soon

2019 AZIBS Teacher Award ATT Form- Coming soon


2019 PYP Student of the Year Application- Coming soon


2019 MYP  Student of the Year Application- Coming soon


2019 DP Student of the Year Application- Coming soon


 IB Student Learner Profile Recommendation Form for DP Student of the Year- Coming soon


AZIBS Annual Dues

2018-2019 AZIBS invoice for annual dues 

(Word Document and PDF Format)

IB Brags

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  • North High School has a DP senior who was selected as a Questbridge College Match Scholarship. In the past 10 years, only two other NCHS students have received this scholarship!
  • Anthem K-8:  All Anthem math teachers will be going to training in February as well as their partner school FHS.
  • A Madison Meadows 5th grader researched the homeless situation in Phoenix and decided to collect water. He wrote a letter to the principal with his plan, he recorded a video announcement to share with students and reached out to his Tai Kwon Do studio for help. He will collect water for the homeless until the end of April!
  • North High School has 43 DP candidates this year!
  • Verde Valley School was recently ranked #15 on the list of Best Boarding Schools in the US by, which makes them the #1 boarding school in Arizona and the #1 IB boarding school in the US!!
  • Millennnium High School IB Senior Daphne Faber is a Flinn Scholarship finalist and Trinity Manuelito was accepted to MIT!
  • Odyssey Institute class of 2019 has adopted and implemented the Produc on Wheels Without Waste Program as a CAS project. This is a monthly program that brings in produce not purchased by stores for community members to purchase at a discounted cost. They organize, volunteer, set up, tear down and market the product. Thousands of pounds produce were served to 3,000 community members. Also Odyssey, DP film scholars are creating PSA to serve their community.
  • Westwood High School MYP History students will be helping the Mesa Southwest Museum to host an open-house at the Mesa Grande Cultural Center (a Hohokam archeological site) as historical re-enactors of people that have helped preserve the site over the last 150 years. (Save the date: February 23 from 10am-12pm)
  • Madison Simis parents are coming to share their culture at Culture Day. Students will learn, wonder, research and reflect after experiencing various cultures from the community! 
  • Willow Canyon High School Principal has committed to have 5-7 IB teachers attend IB training (this summer) to include Lit A, Lang & Lit A, ToK, Biology, Chemistry and 2 Math teachers!
  • EDUPRIZEl has twice as many students taking IB assessments this year as in the previous 2 years combined!
  • Mesa Academy recently celebrated their National Blue Ribbon Award. Students read short essays that focused on the Learner Profile and on the link between academic excellence and that fact that they are an IB MYP School. The icing on this celebratory cake was the reading of these essays, written and read by two students in Mandarin and Spanish!
  • Tempe Acadmey of International Studies just submitted their units for BQC! Over 1,600 pages of IB units, evaluations and summative! They also have a whole-school interdisciplinary project: Rube Goldberg machines.
  • Ironwood High School students have achieved: National Officer for FBLA, 2 Flinn finalists, 1 National Merit finalist and a 3-time national 1st place in Vocal Music.
  • IB Academy at Estrella Mountain MYP NJHS planned and executed a Leadership Day for all 6th-8th grade MYP students. The students were put into groups with a mix of 6th-8th graders who cooperated and completed Field Day events.
  • Florence High School alumnae Dane Zambrano and Rebecca Callahan are moving into graduate and professional studies programs in Europe. Alumnus Manolito Ramirez is entering a graduate program at ASU. FHS is gearing up to implement MYP. Their candidacy begins in March, and cohorts of teachers are traveling for their training.

2019 Roundtable- Coming Soon

Roundtable Informational Flyer- Coming soon

Roundtable Invoice- Coming soon


Roundtable Registration- Coming soon