Congratulations IB Class of 2021!
We are so proud of YOU!
Nease International Baccalaureate Program
High School Showcase Event at World Gold Village: January 13, 2022, 3:30-7:00 PM
Nease Academy Open House: January 20th 6:00-7:30.
IB presentation will start at 6:45 PM in the PAC, with an opportunity to ask questions at the end.
Still Have Questions? Join current students, parents and alumni for a IB Student & Parent Panel, on Tuesday, February 8th, 2022 from 6:00-7:00.
All paperwork must be submitted on or before February 10th, 2022 to be considered for application.
Dates, Deadlines and Steps to Apply 2022
Teacher Recommendation Form (Hard copy to provide to teacher)
Digital Access Link for Teachers (St. Johns County School District Students Only)-QR Code Below
(Must obtain 4 recommendations from current Math, Science, History and English teachers)
Nease offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, which is chartered by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) in Geneva, Switzerland. IB is a very rigorous, two-year program of curriculum and service that meets the needs of highly motivated secondary students during their last two years of high school, by providing a comprehensive and integrated approach to learning. In addition, students take intensified courses in Grades 9 and 10 in English, foreign language, social studies, science, and mathematics, called Nease Pre-IB, in preparation for the rigorous college-level curriculum of the Grades 11-12 IB Diploma Program.
The primary objective of the IB Program is to provide a world-class education that prepares students with the intellectual, social, and critical perspectives necessary for college and the rest of their lives. The IB curriculum emphasizes and promotes a persistent curiosity, critical analysis and creative synthesis in a broad range of subject areas. Students earn a full IB Diploma by passing internationally set and graded exams along with internal assessments in six subjects, and in addition, completing an original research requirement (Extended Essay), completing the Theory of Knowledge course, and fulfilling the creativity, activity and service component (CAS). For more detailed information on IB see: www.ibo.org
Facts About Nease IB
Est. in 1996
- Number of IB Students (graduated seniors): 68
- Average SAT Score: 1400 (RW 700, M 700)
- Average ACT Score: 31 (Composite)
- Average GPA: 4.341 weighted
- IB Tests Passed: 99%
- IB Diplomas Earned: 100%
- AP Tests Passed during HS: Waiting on results
- Accepted to over 108 Colleges and Universities
- Attending 32 Different Colleges and Universities
- Offered over $2.8 Million in College Scholarships
In 2021, Nease Diploma students (11th & 12th) achieved a 99% pass rate on IB exams with 152 students taking 611 exams in 23 subject areas. On the IB exams, they averaged a 5.42 score on a 7-point scale. Combined results from the last 5 years are shown below.
|Test Subject||Tests Passed||%|
|HL History of Am.||414/428||97%|
|HL Analysis & Approaches (Year 1)|
SL Analysis & Approaches (Year 1)
|HL Application & Interpretation (Year 1)|
SL Application & Interpretation (Year 1)
|HL/SL Computer Science (Year 2)||13/15||86%|