Our project-based curriculum uses an interdisciplinary and Socratic approach in which students learn and master state standards across multiple subject areas by completing long-term projects. This approach to learning allows students to understand how concepts connect between subject areas, rather than learning in isolation.
Teachers introduce real-world issues and scenarios and encourage students to work cooperatively to problem solve using critical thinking skills to enrich their learning. Project-based learning allows students to demonstrate mastery of skills and concepts (Experiment – Fail – Learn – Succeed). Experiential learning, through hands-on activities including internships, mentorship programs, home economics and mathematical integration with origami) bolsters critical thinking skills which will be needed for our students’ futures.