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  1. International Baccalaureate Diploma CeremonyClass of 2012Mirabeau B. Lamar High SchoolAn International Baccalaureate World School

  2. How to Earn the IB Diploma • Testing • Six different exams in six different subjects at both standard level and higher level • Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) • Perform a minimum of 150 hours of community service • Extended Essay • 4,000-word personal research paper • Theory of Knowledge (TOK) • The “flagship,” epistemology course of the Diploma Program

  3. Language A (English) • Demonstrate an ability to examine and discuss in depth the effects of literary techniques and the connections between style and meaning

  4. Language B • Demostrar la capacidad de examinar y discutir en profundidad los efectos de las técnicas literarias y las conexiones entre estilo y significado

  5. Individuals and Societies • Economics • Compare and contrast the market structures of monopoly and monopolistic competition. • World Religions • With reference to either Hinduism, Buddhism, or Sikhism, discuss the extent to which religious experience can be affected by being male or female.

  6. Experimental Sciences • Draw a labeled diagram of the heart showing the chambers, associated blood vessels, and valves. Then… • Explain how multi-cellular organisms develop specialized tissues.

  7. Maths

  8. The Arts • Dance • 2,500 word paper, analyzing the similarities and differences between two dance styles drawn from different dance cultures and/or traditions. • Film • Rationale, script and list of sources for a short documentary production on an aspect of film theory and/or film history, based on a minimum of four films.

  9. Theory of Knowledge • Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of using faith as a basis for knowledge. • Can we trust our emotions in the pursuit of knowledge? • "The possession of knowledge carries an ethical responsibility." Evaluate this claim.

  10. International BaccalaureateClass of 2012Mirabeau B. Lamar High SchoolAn International Baccalaureate World School

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  12. Dara Anya • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Biology • College Credit • 12 Hours

  13. Benito Apreza • Columbia University • New York, NY

  14. Benito Aranda-Comer • Rice University • Houston, TX • Major • Civil Engineering

  15. Stephen Armstrong • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Geophysics • College Credit • 37 Hours

  16. Davis Atkins • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Business & Communications • College Credit • 32 Hours

  17. Evelin Benitez • University of Houston • Houston, TX • Major • Biochemical Engineering • College Credit • 20 Hours

  18. Radhika Bhakta • University of Houston • Houston, TX • Major • Biology • College Credit • 20 Hours

  19. Kendall Bousquet • Northeastern University • Boston, MA • Major • International Studies

  20. Noah Brace • University of Michigan • Major • Business • College Credit • 4 Hours

  21. Mariah Caid-Loos • The United States Military Academy • West Point, NY • Major • Engineering

  22. Jennifer Chavez • Texas A&M University • College Station, TX • Major • Chemical Engineering • College Credit • 14 Hours

  23. Raymond Clarage • University of Texas • Austin, TX • College Credit • 19 Hours

  24. Kimberlyn Cruz-Herrera • Houston Community College • Houston, TX • Major • Criminology • College Credit • 24 Hours

  25. Kendall Currier • Drexel University • Philadelphia, PA • Major • Film & Video • College Credit • 32 Hours

  26. Wesley Draper • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Engineering

  27. Tiffany Duong • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Business • College Credit • 30 Hours

  28. Audrey Dupuis • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Biology • College Credit • 18 Hours

  29. Amy Durand • Texas A&M University • College Station, TX • Major • Biology / Neuroscience • College Credit • 24 Hours

  30. Carolina English • University of Pennsylvania • Philadelphia, PA • Major • Art & Chemistry

  31. Melanie Franco • University of Houston • Houston, TX • Major • Environmental Science • College Credit • 13 Hours

  32. David Frazier • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Sports Management

  33. Reid Geissen • Texas A&M University • College Station, TX • Major • Political Science • College Credit • 30 Hours

  34. Chardonae Givens • University of Houston • Houston, TX • Major • Biology • College Credit • 10 Hours

  35. Samuel Gonzales-Luna • Princeton University • Princeton, NJ • Major • Chemical Engineering

  36. Adriana Gonzalez • University of Houston • Houston, TX • Major • Business • College Credit • 24 Hours

  37. Elizabeth Goodell • University of North Carolina • Chapel Hill, NC • Major • Mass Communication • College Credit • 15 Hours

  38. Andrea Guerra-Marin • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Business/Government • College Credit • 24 Hours

  39. Juliana Gutierrez • University of Houston • Houston, TX • Major • Biology • College Credit • 17 Hours

  40. Jackson Haenchen • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Electrical Engineering

  41. Christopher Hamad • University of California, Los Angeles • Los Angeles, CA • Major • Biology • College Credit • 33 Hours

  42. Nicholas Harris • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Chemical Engineering • College Credit • 30 Hours

  43. Emma Heitmann • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Geology • College Credit • 18 Hours

  44. Ann Henson • Texas A&M University • College Station, TX • Major • Finance • College Credit • 19 Hours

  45. Kieara Hooey • Prairie View A&M University • Prairie View, TX • Major • Political Science • College Credit • 24 Hours

  46. Elisabeth Hoyer • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Human Development & Family Science • College Credit • 24 Hours

  47. Farhana Jamal • Barnard College • New York, NY • College Credit • 24 Hours

  48. Margaret Kelly • University of Southern California • Los Angeles, CA • Major • Theater • College Credit • 20 Hours

  49. SelinaKhwaja • University of Texas • Austin, TX • Major • Business

  50. Layne Kinney • Texas Christian University • Fort Worth, TX • College Credit • 6 Hours