- Subject briefs for Diploma courses
- Grade 10 Parent presentation – Nov. 2015
- Course Selection Checklist
- FDR Graduation requirements
- How courses fit FDR mission
In line with the FDR mission, FDR offers a wide range
of courses which can be taken as individual IB course certificates alongside other programs (Innovation Academy or Official Peruvian Program) or as part of a full IB Diploma. The following courses are offered face to face with additional online courses available through Pamoja, the IB official online course provider.
Group 1 – Language A
English A: Literature, English A: Language and Literature, Spanish A: Literature, Spanish A: Language and Literature, Language A: Literature (SL only)self-taught languages (Chinese, Hebrew, Dutch, Portuguese etc)
Group 2 – Language B
English B, Spanish B, Spanish ab initio, French B, French ab initio
Group 3 – Individuals and Societies
Business & Management, Economics, History, Psychology, Environmental Systems & Societies, Geography*, Global Politics*, World Religions*.
Group 4 – Sciences
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Systems & Societies, Sports Health & Exercise & Science, Computer Science, Design Technology SL*
Group 5 – Mathematics
Mathematicss HL, Mathematics SL, Mathematics Studies SL
Group 6 – Arts
Visual Art, Music, Theatre or an additional course from Groups 1,2, 3, or 4
*These courses are being floated for 2016-2018 and will run depending on numbers of students who subscribe. (minimum 6 students)
in addition to the core components
– Theory of Knowledge
– Creativity Activity, Service
– Extended Essay
Difference between Full Diploma and Course Certificates
Students taking the full Diploma take 6 subjects, 3 at HL and 3 at SL. In addition they also complete the Theory of Knowledge 100 hr course and the Extended Essay, a 4,000 word research paper.
Students taking Diploma certificates (course) may take as many subjects as they like. They receive individual award certification for each course completed. All courses may be taken at any level. FDR always encourages students to aim for the most rigorous program a student can follow.
Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) is graduating requirement for all students
Below are some guidelines for course selection based on college / career aspirations: