About IAM

InternationalBaccalaureate  The International Academy of Macomb, officially designated as an IB World School in December 2009, is a county-wide International Baccalaureate magnet school located in Clinton Township, Michigan.  IB World Schools share a common philosophy: a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education. The IAM graduated its first class of 93 students in 2012, all of whom attend a variety of public and private universities such as The University of Michigan, Penn State, Spelman College, and The United States Naval Academy.  Serving increasing numbers of successful, highly motivated students from throughout Macomb County, the IAM is a vibrant and cohesive learning community where students can grow and excel while working toward an IB diploma.

For further information about the IBO and its program and philosophy, visit the IBO website.


Homecoming tickets are $10 on PaySchools and are on sale through Wednesday 10/14 at 2:35 pm. Canned goods collection (2 per student) will be Mon 10/12- Wed 10/14 during lunches. More info can be found on the Student Council web page.
The IAM Band & Choir is traveling to New York City in the spring of 2016. 9th-12th grade band & choir students and their family members are able to sign up now through the early fall. A $150 deposit is due on July 15 to ensure that families will be able to space out payments; this will reserve your spot, as there will be limited seats available. Please find all necessary information regarding sign-up details, itinerary, expenses, trip insurance, etc. at www.iammusicdepartment.weebly.com.
No Left Turn
Please Note: The times that left turns are allowed has changed from 6:30AM - 4:00pm.
The IAM is having a blood drive during parent teacher conferences on October 22nd from 12:30pm to 6:30pm. Are you or your student interested in giving blood? Signups are available during both lunches or in Room 9. Contact Ms. Depew for more information.
Many Macomb County students will be packing up their new backpacks with school supplies in preparation to go back to school this month, but some students can afford neither backpacks nor supplies to fill them.

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