• IB Counseling!



    If you would like to meet outside of these times just drop me an email and we can work it out: 


    Schedule week of 3/1/21

    Monday:         Class during that time

    Tuesday:        12:30-1:00 and 2:00-3:30

    Wednesday:   12:30-3:30

    Thursday:      12:30 - 4:00

    Friday:           Meeting during that time - sorry


    Schedule Week of 3/8/21

    Monday:  Not available - teaching a workshop

    Tuesday:   12:30-2:30

    Wednesday:  11:30-1:00

    Thursday:   12:30-2:30

    Friday:   Not available - meeting

    Here is the Zoom Invitation for all AP and IB questions. It varies by week, so check above

    Monday through Friday

    • 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.

    January King is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Topic: AP and IB Counseling Meeting Link
    Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 840 9595 6735
    Passcode: 221836




    This is a lecture on study skills...it's really good and only one hour long!  You could watch it in two half-hour blocks.  It's totally worth it!

    Study Less Study Smart


    Please view the attached powerpoint for more information on the IB, and our IB programme here at GOHS!

    GO-IB Overview Powerpoint

    IB Overview video




    January King is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Topic: Spring Showcase Q & A AP and IB
    Time: Feb 25, 2021 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting
    AP and IB Spring Showcase

    Meeting ID: 867 0665 0885




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IB Links

    Every IB student received a page detailing how to access and check scores for May 2020.  It was done in the classroom, in the library for those who missed it, and then by personal call up.  If all of that failed the sheet was sent to the student in class along with the directions.  So please do the following to find your sheet:
    1.  You were given a hard copy, and a copy was put into your google folder I shared with you.  If you can access your google folder, you can still find it there.  
    2.  You were asked to take a picture of it and save it to your phone.  Then, because 50% will lose or change your phone, you were asked to send a copy to the parent or guardian who would hang onto it.  Check your phone and check with that person.
    3.  You were asked to email it to yourself.  If you were a senior you were asked explicitly to email it to your PERSONAL email as your school email may no longer be available.
    If you didn't do any of those things, please email me on or before July 19th.  On the 19th I will respond to all of these requests at once, so I am not doing it one at a time, which is tedious.  
    TOK/EE Pending:
    For some reason the TOK/EE total is pending.  I have contacted the IB to find out why.  However, all of you appear to have scores for these, so you can figure out your points on the grid. You can also just total your points to have an idea about your diploma status.  I have included a link to the powerpoint we went over a number of times with this information to help you set your mind at ease.  
    I have ordered your IB scores sent to the college you chose on the survey.  You should be able to see this in your portal.  75% of colleges receive scores electronically.  They then have to access them and go in and update your college transcript with any credits due.  If you have decided to take a gap year and then go next year, you may want to contact your college and ask what to do in this case.  
    If you are unhappy with a score you make retake an exam in the November session.  As the pandemic in America does not appear to be decreasing at this time, I have no idea what that will look like.  Once all of the scores are out and you have contacted your college, you can determine whether or not this is something you would like to do.  I will get more info to you as I have it very soon.
    You cannot challenge a score on an internal, but I can challenge the entire group if they are heavily moderated.  Your instructors and I will be determining if that would be a good course of action. This is important because results can move either way, and if they change them, they move for all students affected, not just chosen students. For external exams you can challenge scores.  There is a process for this involving payment.  Once the decision is made, if they move your score up you don't have to pay, but if it remains the same you do.  If you are interested in this you can let me know and we will look at the score breakdown to make the best decision. The breakdowns are not available until July 10th.
    That's all I can think of for now.  Contact me directly if you have a different concern and I can share the response with everyone!