Campus International's upper school is an authorized IB World School for the Middle Years and Diploma Programmes, but through our partnership with Cleveland State University, we also envision ourselves going beyond the 12th grade and providing support and programming for our students in years 13 through 16 while they attend college. In 2021, many of the students in our first graduating class may choose to stay on campus and matriculate to CSU, and for those students, Campus International will offer frequent points of contact and support throughout college. For the many of our students who attend other universities throughout Ohio, in other parts of the United States and internationally, Campus International will continue to provide support through annual or biannual check-ins and a robust online alumni community.
Our goal is for every one of our students to graduate from university, so we prepare students not just to "get in" or "go" to college, but to earn a degree and be prepared for a career or for further graduate study.
How do a Campus International education and the International Baccalaureate program prepare you for college?
Students Earning College Credits
If you're interested in looking closer at how different colleges and universities accept IB courses for college credit, IB closely monitors university policies themselves. You can see more information on their website here
. You can also see a sample of the policies of some local, regional, and nationally known universities here: