Open door week in Audentes IB
On the 11th to 15th of March Audentes IB opens doors to all 9th and 10th graders and their parents.
Do you want to know more about the International Baccalaureate diploma? Have you ever thought about how it would feel like to study in an international classroom? Would you like to experience a slightly different approach to learning? If you answered YES to at least one of those questions, then join our Open Door Week.
On the 11th to 15th of March, Audentes IB opens doors to all the students who are curious to get to know what happens in our classrooms. During this week, you are encouraged to meet our teachers and students, ask questions and test your comprehension of the English language.
You are welcome to register for all PreIB (grade 10) and DP1 (Diploma Programme first year, grade 11) classes.
Monday, March 11
12:30–14:00 English B Margarita Hanschmidt
14:20–15:55 Business Management Rodrigo Azcunaga Preciado
16:00–17:30 English A Tetyana Kasima
Tuesday, March 12
10:20–12:00 Chemistry Anna Kikkas
10:20–12:00 Visual Arts Pille Kivihall
10:20–12:00 History of Europe Jason van Boom
Wednesday, March 13
12:30–14:10 Spanish Neftali Peral Joris
Thursday, March 14
10:20–12:00 Mathematics Triin Meritam
12:30–14:10 Business Management Rodrigo Azcunaga Preciado
Friday, March 15
10:20–11:05 Business Management Rodrigo Azcunaga Preciado
10:20–11:05 Physics Tanel Peets
For additional information: phone +372 5556 0083 or e-mail address: [email protected]
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