CAS, TOK, EE
CAS – Creative, Action, Service Activities
In addition to rigorous academic requirements, IB encourages students to be well-rounded individuals. An important component of the IB Program is CAS, which requires students to perform 150 hours of Creative, Action, and Service activities. The goal of CAS is to help students discover and develop a passion through experiential learning and outside of academia.
Teacher contact: Mr. McNamee
TOK – Theory of Knowledge
TOK stands for theory of knowledge. It is an interdisciplinary course designed to provide coherence by exploring the nature of knowledge across all disciplines, encouraging an appreciation of other cultural perspectives. More information can be found at http://www.ibo.org/diploma/curriculum/core/knowledge/ Teacher Contact: Mr. Storey
EE – Extended Essay
The Extended Essay is a 2,000-4,000 word independent persuasive research essay that allows a student to explore a subject more in depth. Through the EE, students have the opportunity to investigate a topic of their choosing. Teacher contact: Mrs. Murphy