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IBCK Educational Center currently offers students the opportunity to earn a standard diploma based on a 24-credit program.

High school credits awarded before grade 9 will be counted toward the required credits for standard diploma.


IBCK Educational Center uses a standard scale score to determine student’s GPA. All students GPA’s are un-weighted since it is the preferable method by most colleges.


Students are required to maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA or above throughout the school year. Any student that falls below a 2.0 cumulative GPA will be placed on academic probation and will be required to meet with the Principal including parent/guardian. The student will need to improve the GPA in order to be promoted or graduate at the end of the school year.


Any new or transferring High School student to IBCK Educational Center is required to provide an official copy of his/her transcripts BEFORE enrolling at IBCK Educational Center, especially if transferring mid-year. The student and parent will meet with the High School advisor to discuss what credits the student will need to graduate and create a class schedule for the current school year.

The High School Advisor will meet with each student annually to review the High School Credit checklist, GPA and class schedule. Florida Virtual School may be suggested as an option of credit recovery, improving GPA, expanding elective choices, or early graduation.


Parents can request a copy of their child’s official transcripts at any time. All transcript requests must be made in advance. It takes approximately 48 hours to process the request. All graduating Seniors are provided a finalized official copy a week after graduation.

Transcripts include any credits transferred from other schools, Florida Virtual School courses and classes completed at IBCK Educational Center. All classes and grades are provided in the transcripts, including those repeated for credit recovery or improving student GPA.


Any requests to add or drop a class must be made within the first two weeks of school. Any student that feels a class has been added to the schedule erroneously MUST contact the HIGH School Advisor immediately. Florida Virtual School courses can be dropped without a penalty within 15 days of the Welcome Call.



Our children’s safety is of utmost importance; therefore, we have established a traffic plan and procedures to help ensure the safety of every child. IBCK Educational students must either be brought by parent/guardian or by the transportation services provided by the school.

Here at the IBCK Educational Center we understand that time is of the essence. Therefore, we have established arrival and dismissal procedures to minimize the time required to drop off and pick up your child.

  • >Each student or student sibling group will be assigned a number.

  • >A car tag with the student number will be provided to the cars registered at the Visitor Center.

  • >Students are gathered in the cafeteria.

  • >Security will contact school personnel of the student numbers assigned to the car in the pick-up line.

  • >School personnel will call the student numbers and student will be escorted to car.

(Arrival: 7:30am - 8:00am) Supervision begins at 7:30 am in the sanctuary (IBCK church building). Therefore, no student will be dropped off before 7:30 am. It is important for parents to follow traffic signs/cones that indicate the flow of traffic for drop off.

(Dismissal: 2:50pm - 3:15pm) Students leave the school building at approximately 2:45pm. Parents must follow the traffic signs/cones that indicate the flow of traffic for pick-up.Students will be with their teacher and the teacher will walk them to their car once their number is called to ensure safety.

Car Line Safety and Etiquette

  • When picking up and dropping off your children:
  • > Be patient, careful, and watchful
  • > Go slowly
  • > Face forward when moving
  • > Stop at least six feet from the car in front of you
  • > No cell phone use as this can be a significant distraction
  • > Do not pass cars unless directed to do so by school personnel
  • > Stay in your car and allow school personnel or their designee to assist your child in or out of the vehicle

IBCK Educational Center provides transportation to school and home at an extra cost. Parents interested in receiving this service must complete a Transportation permission form at the Visitor Center. Once the form and payment is received, service will begin.

IBCK | Visitor Center

"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it"

Proverbs 22:6