Rowe also developed Hot Springs' magnet school model which allows all elementary-age students to attend one of four schools that offer a curriculum focus of their choice: visual and performing arts; math, science and technology; aerospace and the environment; or participation in the IB's Primary Years Program.
What does PYP stand for?
PYP stands for Primary Years Program
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We have 25 other meanings of PYP in our Acronym Attic
- Peñafrancia Young Professionals (Naga City, Philippines)
- Photoactive Yellow Protein
- Pick Your Poison
- Pinching Your Pennies (blog; Hyde Park, UT)
- Play Your Position
- Pohjoismaiden Yhdyspankki
- Poop Your Pants
- Portland Youth Philharmonic
- Post Your Pic (Internet slang)
- Previous Year Policy (insurance)
- Primary Years Programme (International Baccalaureate Curriculum)
- Pyrin Domain-Containing Apaf1-Like Protein 1
- Platform for Young People in Agricultural Research for Development
- Pee Your Pants Funny
- Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival
- Penn Yan Public Library (New York)
- Popularity of Programming Language Index
- Protecting You/Protecting Me (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
- Proyectos Y Productos Profesionales (Spanish: Professional Projects and Products; Chile)
- Presbyterian Young Peoples Society
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The school has earned official authorization to offer the Primary Years Program (PYP) for preschool and elementary-aged students, the first private school in Montgomery County to have this designation.
The IB is unique in that it offers a continuum of education, consisting of three programs - the Primary Years Program (PYP), Middle Year Program (MYP) and the Diploma Program - for students aged 3 to 19.
The Primary Years Program (PYP) is one of several that the IB organization has designed as a framework for its schools.
Dwight was the first school in New York City to offer the IB Primary Years Program.
The Academy has also undertaken candidate status with the International Baccalaureate Organisation for its Primary Years Program and is seeking full accreditation in 2013.
Meanwhile, at the Mark Twain School and Academy in Detroit, "many of our students have never been beyond the boundaries of their immediate neighborhood, and we're trying to prepare them for an increasingly global economy with an International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program," said Madeleine Karcz, IB Coordinator at the school.
History of IB Founded in 1968 in Geneva, Switzerland, the IB traditionally has consisted of three programs--a primary years program for students aged 3 to 12, a middle years program for those aged 11 to 16, and a diploma program for those aged 16 to 19.