CMS Home Parents Get Involved Schools Careers Board of Education Departments

Click here to Report Bullying Anonymously

2400 Colony Road
Charlotte, NC 28209
Courier #: 466
P: 980-343-5800  |  F: 980-343-5803 
Principal: Mark Bosco
LC: Central 2
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
Email School
Show School Information
International Baccalaureate

Click to view IB Parent Board (IBPAC) website. 

Click to subscribe to the IB Express 


In 1992, Myers Park High School became the first public school in North Carolina to offer the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program for juniors and seniors, and the first school (public or private) in the United States to offer the IB Middle Years Program (IB MYP) for freshmen and sophomores.  For 25 years, students enrolled in these programs have enjoyed the opportunity to earn an internationally recognized IB Diploma in addition to their Myers Park diploma.  For more information, click here to view the 2018-2019 IB Handbook.

Rising 9th Graders Community Service Summer Activities

You are not required to complete Community Service activities over the summer.  However, if you choose to begin this summer, you may count them toward the 9th grade IB requirement.  We will discuss all IB requirements when school begins.  Students record their activities online in ManageBac. Returning IB students already have access to ManageBac.  Beginning in late August, new IB students can register for ManageBac on the home page of the Myers Park website.

The guidelines/steps to complete community service activities (grades 9 & 10) and CAS actvities (grades 11 & 12) are under files in ManageBac.   You can also view them by clicking the following:

Grades 9 & 10

Grades 11 & 12

Please read the 2018-2019 Summer Reading list.  Please note that Juniors have English and HOTA I reading assignments!

Click to view the IB Four Year Plan

Click to view 9th Grade Registration Guidelines

Click to view the IB Exam Schedule 2018-2019

Board of Education Superintendent Calendars/Schedules School Safety