Students pursuing the IB Diploma Programme study six subjects over a two-year period. Successful students graduate with the IB Diploma as well as the Woodstock U.S. Diploma.
All Diploma candidates complete an extended essay under the supervision of an advisor on a topic of their choice. They also take part in an interdisciplinary course titled Theory of Knowledge and they participate in Creativity, activity, service (CAS), a programme promoting activity and service in the community. These three areas represent the Diploma Programme core and must be passed to earn the diploma.
In addition, student study six subjects, which must include one from each of the following:
For IB Diploma candidates, of six subjects in total, three courses must be studied at the higher level (HL) and three at the standard level (SL).