IBCP Back to the Community


The holiday season has finally arrived, but for a lot of people this happy time of year is not always so cheerful. There are many underprivileged people in the Annandale community.  This winter, the International Baccalaureate Career Program (IBCP) is giving back to the community by hosting a clothing drive.


Clothes will be accepted during all red day B lunches in the cafeteria, any W4 classroom or you can drop off donations in room 214.  This clothing drive is one of the class projects that the program completes this year and will end on December 13th.


The IBCP is a two year program and all about working with the community, community awareness, and giving back to our Annandale community. The clothing drive is for a local Catholic charity, the clothes can be used or new but if used the need to be in decent condition preferably no holes, tears, or stains.


The IBCP is an online and after school class and their current class project is the clothing drive.


“IBCP is about community awareness and this is what they are doing to give back to our community right now.” business teacher, Howard Dwyer


Since IBCP is mostly an online course only 30% of the class is done after school which is where events like these are planned and coordinated.


“Working with the community is a responsibility of IBCP. We would like to be fairly decent, no holes or anything like that. But if a jackets warm, it’s warm,” Dwyer said.


Make sure to help support our IBCP and donate clothing to help give back to the Annandale community before December 13th in room 214, your W4 or B lunch on red days.