Annapolis MYP/DP: Highlights and Upcoming Events

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    Welcome Back to the 2020 School Year!




     IB Junior and Senior Exam Registration Evening: Annapolis H.S. Cafeteria

    This is a required meeting for all students who are currently enrolled in an IB Diploma class.  Both parents and students should plan on attending.  Families are required to pay registration and exam fees at this time, and there will be an informational session directly afterwards. Parents will receive a detailed letter outlining the scale of fees the third week of September.  

    • Juniors:  October 15 6:30-7:00 PM collection of exam fees followed by an optional information meeting 7:00-7:30 PM
    • Seniors: October 16 6:30-7:00 PM collection of exam fees followed by an optional information meeting 7:00-7:30 PM



    IB Exposition: October 22, 2019

    This is an opportunity for 8th grade and 10th grade families, who are interested in applying to the IB Diploma Programme, to learn more about our course offerings.  Our theme for the 2019-2020 evening is #destinationIB: Your Passport to Global Learning.  Parents and students will participate in several interactive activities with our IB students and teachers. The program begins promptly at 6:30 PM in the Annapolis H.S. cafeteria and concludes at 8:00 PM.  There are three rotations focusing upon Service in Action and the Personal Project; Science Group 4 Project, and our Theory of Knowledge and English Literature and Language courses.



    Natalia Arroyo Ensemble: November 1, 2019

    On Friday November 1, the Annapolis High School IB Diploma students 9-12, along with students from our PYP and MYP sister schools, Germantown Elementary and Annapolis Middle, will be treated to a musical performance by the Natalia Arroyo Ensemble.  The Mexican quartet will be performing traditional and contemporary music from northern and central Mexico. The quartet mixes pieces from Mexico with Latin rhythms using guitar, violin, double bass, and traditional instruments of the areas. The leader, Natalia Arroyo, is a multi-instrumentalist and composer and has performed in festivals and musical events throughout the world, including the Smithsonian Folk Festival in Washington, D.C.

    Listen to a sample: Natalia Arroyo Ensemble