Tag Archives: IB

Mayhem in May

Mayhem in May

Posted on 20. May, 2013 by admin.

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Attendance changes for students taking AP and IB exams add additional stress to a month filled with school commitments

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Exploring IB

Exploring IB

Posted on 27. Apr, 2012 by admin.

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By Elizabeth Tzagournis ‘13, Mattie Stevens ‘13 and Kate Magill 13′

It’s May of senior year. Some may be busy planning their graduation party. Others could be hiding in some stranger’s garage, armed with a water gun and the hopes of winning Senior Tag. This time could be spent shopping for items for the new dorm [...]

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Charter changes

Charter changes

Posted on 24. May, 2010 by admin.

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UA’s two charter schools disband due to state changes in funding requirements; Greenhill says IB Diploma and Community School programs will be integrated into regular high school’s curriculum

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All departments have a lot to offer

All departments have a lot to offer

Posted on 05. Sep, 2009 by admin.

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Other programs have in the past provided academic experience of equal, or for some students greater value. In fact, it is the diversity of available academic pursuits that make this high school such a great institution, and we’d be foolish to forget that.

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IB for kids

IB for kids

Posted on 04. Sep, 2009 by admin.

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New curriculum is in the works for sixth-through-10th grade students
by Noah Grumman, ‘12
The words International Baccalaureate usually conjure thoughts of diplomas, advanced classes and tests. Soon, something else may be added to this list: middle school.
In the past, only juniors and seniors could enroll in the IB Diploma Programme. However, now an IB Middle Years [...]

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