Ten graduates featured by IB World Magazine for leading in their fields and building a better world for generations ahead.
Looking beyond the horizon
Creating opportunities for future generations through exploration and entrepreneurship.
Julie Payette became the first IB graduate in space, from United World College (UWC) of the Atlantic in Wales, UK, was featured in the January 2010 issue.
Word to the wise
Tom Adams, St. Clares, Oxford was featured in September 2011 for his role in establishing Rosetta Stone as a leading language software.
Working for a better world
Striving to reduce poverty and create a peaceful planet.
Of mind and body
Inspiring students to excel in both academics and athletics.
Field of dreams
Darryl Sharpton, Coral Gables High School, USA, featured in May 2011 when he was a Houston Texans linebacker playing in the NFL.
Young graduates making an impact early in their lives.
On the edge of discovery
IB programmes gave high-flying scientist Divya Nag, Mira Loma High School, USA, the courage to follow her dreams.
Communicating in new forums
Creating a dialogue to address issues of all shapes and size.
A matter of honour
Advice from a teacher at IB graduation inspired filmmaker Avantika Hari, Emirates International School, UAE to break boundaries with her work.
Featured in September 2015, Jessica Misener, Fort Myers High School, USA, turned a love of writing and editing into an online media career with BuzzFeed.