The table below shows the schools that are working to implement International Baccalaureate programming in Ann Arbor.
The Primary Years Programme at Mitchell and the Middle Years Programme at Scarlett and Huron are all inclusive programs. The design of these programs and the way in which teachers develop the PYP and MYP curriculum ensure the programs are standards based and are planned with the students of the school in mind.
When students reach 11th grade, they will make a choice as to whether or not to enroll in DP or CP pathway.
When students choose to enroll in the full DP program (complete 6 DP courses and the DP Core), they are eligible for an IB diploma in addition to a Ann Arbor high school diploma. Success with the IB diploma is recognized as the most robust high school credential when applying for university admissions.
When students choose to enroll in the CP program (complete at least 2 DP courses, their choice of a career-related study and the CP Core), they are eligible for an IBCP certificate in addition to a Ann Arbor high school diploma. The IBCP certificate is an option for CTE focused students who want to position themselves uniquely for the university or job market following high school.
If a student does not choose to enroll in the DP or CP, they can take any combination of classes offered at Huron in 11th and 12th grade including single DP classes and traditional Huron coursework.