Wolfson inaugural IB pinning

Wolfson inaugural IB pinning
Lakewood resident Kathryne Fleming (left), San Jose residents Sarita Weltman and Xhilda Kollcinaku, and Alex Morrell (San Marco) hold candles that represent an area of the IB Learner profile

Student Volunteer of the Year Martha Coro receives her International Baccalaureate pin from Patricia Schneider

A select group of academically talented juniors at Wolfson High School proudly participated in the school’s inaugural International Baccalaureate Programme Pinning Ceremony at The University Club in November. The 38 students who were pinned will go on to become Wolfson’s first class to graduate with an IB Diploma designation.

The students have worked rigorously since the 9th grade to achieve this milestone and are currently entrenched in their IB coursework and testing. In addition to managing her classwork, Martha Coro of the Southside was recently named Duval County High School Student Volunteer of the Year, and is now in the running for the State of Florida Volunteer of the Year award.

Lakewood resident Kathryne Fleming (left), San Jose residents Sarita Weltman and Xhilda Kollcinaku, and Alex Morrell (San Marco) hold candles that represent an area of the IB Learner profile

Wolfson is an International Baccalaureate World School and is currently accepting applications for next year’s freshman and sophomore classes. If you are interested in learning more about the IB Programme at Wolfson or filling out an application, contact Patricia Schneider at (904) 739-5265 ext. 131 or [email protected]

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