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First of all, IB program is generally hard to get into - I'm not trying to say that you shouldn't try to apply but you'll need excellent application. Like for most "foreign" studying programs IB comitee at High School where you want to go will require excellent grades (Above 3.0 or very good, strong letters of recommendation preferably from teachers and extracurricular activities who will proof admission officers that you are more than just a nerd who is studying maths all day). IB students are required to choose cetrain area of studying (science, arts, humanities) and pursue it as a college preparation program. As an IB student you'll be required to take college level classes in order to graduate as well as working on research papers and projects as well as participating in community action service (CAS) project
CAS project is independent or group work designed to raise awarness of community service. As an IB student you may be required to tutor younger kids in centrain subject area for example languages,maths etc., volunteer for non-profits, helping out in shelter houses etc.
Except its academic opportunities afterwards IB program is unique opportunity to express your true potential beside academics,meet different people and become active member of your community.