• Our Mission

    The mission of Annapolis High School, an exceptionally diverse school community, is to advance academic achievement and unity among our students through mutual respect, trust and excellence in both teaching and learning.

    Our Vision

    Annapolis High School will serve as a model of excellence for academic achievement, equity, and unity within a diverse community. All students will graduate and excel in our global society as caring, productive citizens and will be a source of pride for our Annapolis community.

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IB Highlights and Upcoming Events

  •  IB Magnet Information Nights

    Interested in learning more information about the IB Programme at Annapolis High School?

    On behalf of the Annapolis High School IB office team, we would like to invite you to our Annapolis HS IB Magnet Programme Information sessions being offered this Fall! The first session will take place on October 12, 2022 from 6-8 PM at Annapolis High School.  The second session will be virtual on October 19, 2022 from 6-8 PM.  The link for the virtual meeting is:  https://meet.google.com/jci-tsxa-vvs.  Parents should use their student’s AACPS email when logging into the meeting. If you do not have access to your student’s account, please plan to log in 5-10 minutes early. These sessions will be full of information regarding the application process, the four year sequence of classes, and what it means to be an IB student (in the IB Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-related Programmes). We are so excited to see you at one of our Fall Information Nights. 


     Natalia Arroyo Ensemble

    Natalia Arroyo on stage at Annapolis H.S.

    In November of last year, the Annapolis High School IB Diploma students 9-12, along with students from our PYP and MYP sister schools, Germantown Elementary and Annapolis Middle, were treated to a musical performance by the Natalia Arroyo Ensemble.  The Mexican quartet  performed 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


     Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

    Students participating in Shakespeare workshop The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory conducted a workshop with our 10th grade IB Diploma students during 1st and 3rd periods.  Students examined how Shakespeare used the technique of rhetoric within his various plays.  The students were also given the opportunity to utilize their knowledge by performing a short piece in front of their peers.