IB Exams and Diplomas

2020 exam schedule

To view the May 2020 IB Exam Schedule (4).pdf click here. Our testing site is Grace Point Church, 90 E. Orchard Rd., Centennial, just east of Broadway at Orchard. Students should arrive 15 minutes before the start of each examination, and not schedule work or other activities too close to the published end of the exam session. Students taking IB and AP exams might want to view this combined schedule IB_AP Exams 19_20.pdf

IB General Regulations

The IB Organization requires that all students and their parents read and understand the General Regulations.

Please look closely at Article 3 (Page 2), Article 13 (page 9) and Article 20 (page 12).

Click here to review these regulations before signing the exam registration materials.

Exam fees

Families pay their students' IB exam fees during the month of October. There is a per-subject exam fee of about $120.

Most juniors test in one or two subjects in May (they are not permitted to test in more than two). Seniors test in four, five or six subjects during May, depending on how many subjects they completed as juniors.

Earning the IB Diploma


 Students earn the IB diploma (in addition to a Littleton High School diploma) by scoring at least 24 of 45 possible points on their assessments.

Each subject is scored out of 7 possible points and a combination of 3 'bonus' points may be earned depending on performance on the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) assessments and Extended Essay (EE). Students who fail (earn a score of E, or elementary) on the Extended Essay cannot receive the IB diploma. Likewise, students who fail to complete their Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) requirements forfeit the chance of earning their IB diploma.

Exam and diploma results are released by the International Baccalaureate Organization in early July.

IB students who do not complete their CAS volunteer program cannot earn the IB Diploma.