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Students “learn how to learn” through hands-on projects and small-group collaboration that are designed to tap their intellectual curiosity.
Students learn to apply their academic skills, embrace a higher level of independence, and engage in arts-centered, project-based learning in all subjects.
Navigating through significant social, physical, and academic changes, students further develop self-awareness and self-advocacy skills through immersive, rigorous learning.
Students build on their strengths and passions, embrace leadership opportunities, and develop strategies to tackle what’s challenging.
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Junior High holds mock trial of the Boston Massacre
December 15, 2021 The weeks before winter break were filled with tension and intrigue in Democracy class as the eighth graders participated in a mock trial of the Boston Massacre. Students studied assigned colonial characters and perspectives, analyzing the events...
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