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    What sets Mulgrave IB Programme apart?

    Posted February 27, 2015

    How is IB at Mulgrave different from IB at public schools? ; Is the Diploma Programme too stressful or difficult?; If my child has not completed the PYP, will he be ready for the MYP?; How do I know if my child will be able to manage the DP? Why does being in an IB Continuum School matter? These are some common questions Mulgrave's admissions deparment receives and that were addressed at an IB Continuum at Mulgrave presentation earlier this month.

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    Community Presentation with Mr. James Skinner

    Posted February 18, 2015

    On Wednesday March 4th, Mulgrave will host a presentation focused on strategies to support our children manage anxiety as they develop resiliency and self-reliance. For more information continue reading. Online RSVP form available here.

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    Cypress: Mulgrave's Alumni Magazine

    Posted December 19, 2014

    Follow this link to read the first issue of Cypress: Mulgrave's Alumni Magazine.

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    IB DP - The Ideal Preparation for University

    Posted December 17, 2014

    The IB programme at Mulgrave is designed to nurture independent learners with compassionate viewpoints and a critical eye - students that care about more than just grades. According to IBWorld, those qualities are what attract universities to IB students.

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    Kodos, the IB and the Trouble with AP

    Posted November 6, 2014

    When I was seven years old, my oldest brother made a science fiction film called Kodos. Kodos was a labour of love – recruiting his teenage friends as actors, raiding my mother’s beauty supplies for actors’ make-up, and filming in 8mm glory over six long weeks. In the end, he spliced together a grainy, seven-minute thriller about an alien race and a doomsday device complete with a cliché flame burning a hole in the film for his ending. The other weekend, my 12-year-old son made a film with two of his friends using an iPad, iMovie and Dropbox. They finished in 48 hours and I watched it on my phone.

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