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    Does anyone here have any experience (yourself and your child) with an IB school? I would appreciate any information since I know very little about the IB program. How does it compare to AP classes, level of academics, how colleges view an IB diploma. Of course, I realize not all IB schools are going to be equal, but any general information would be helpful.

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    I'm new to this group and just saw your post and realize it was a year ago but if you are still looking for information then I might be able to help. Two of my children completed the IB program one 5th-12th grade (graduated 2010) the other 3rd - 12th grade (graduating this year). I home schooled the oldest for two years prior and I home school my youngest (7 yo) now. Just let me know if you need still need info.

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