Annie Wright Upper School for Boys prepares students extraordinarily well for college, offering small classes, independent-minded peers and an exceptional faculty. An International Baccalaureate World School
, Annie Wright has offered the rigorous Diploma Programme, considered the gold standard in international education, for Grades 11-12 since 2009.
Our challenging curriculum appeals to motivated students with a variety of learning styles, with learning support experts to address individual needs. Most importantly, Annie Wright prepares boys for a lifetime of learning, instilling in our students genuine curiosity and the courage to ask questions, seek creative answers and meet the challenges of a rapidly-changing, complex and culturally-diverse world.
The Upper School for Boys is committed to helping each boy identify and define his particular passions within a context of service to someone or something beyond himself, turning learning into meaningful action. In Design courses in Grades 9 & 10, boys work on group projects (such as the building of a tiny house which, upon completion, becomes part of a village for the homeless) that foster creativity, collaboration and empathy. Out of the design experiences, Grades 11 & 12 students identify an individual project that will become a part of requirements for graduation and the IB Diploma.