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IB MYP Program Information

All Baltimore City College students are enrolled in the the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) in grades 9 and 10.

Students study eight MYP subject areas every year of the program. 

Language and Literature

Language Acquisition

Individuals and Societies




Physical and Health Education (in school grade 9 and independently grade 10)

Design (grade 10 only)

Personal Project (grade 10 only)

Central to the curriculum in each subject area is also the Learner Profile, which emphasizes the central importance of each student's holistic development and  Approaches to Learning, which develops student's skills as they learn subjects and helps them “learn how to learn." 

 Read more about an IB Education in the attached document below:

  What is an IB Education.pdf

MYP Personal Project

The Personal Project is a summative assignment designed as a formal expression of what the student has learned during their years in the MYP. The project should be based in one or more areas of interaction and reflect a topic of real interest to the individual student.   The Personal Project is done independently and separately from a student's coursework. Students complete the project independently in their 10th grade year under the guidance of their adviser, the IB Coordinator and the librarian.    All students at City College must complete a Personal Project in the final year of MYP, grade 10. The project is assessed by a student's adviser using MYP rubrics.   Support for students completing the Personal Project takes place through Advisory. Each session provides guidance for students completing the project independently. Additional support is available through the Research Center and the Writing Center. Below please find documents and an explanatory video for each Advisory Session. The documents and videos lead students through the Personal Project process. The Personal Project Guide is another valuable resource.    


MYP Physical Education Requirement Documentation

Academic Honesty Policy

Special Education Policy at Baltimore City College

Language Policy for Baltimore City College 2018

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