What does it mean to attend a Project-Supported School?
Our coursework includes in-depth studies of topics that explore guiding questions, incorporated standards, real-world fieldwork, service, and adventure, culminating in a final project. Projects demonstrate the knowledge acquired by the student and integrate the conventional knowledge and required skills of the academic disciplines. Projects require students to develop critical thinking skills and work ethic that lead to effective reading, writing, problem-solving, and discussion. Projects are designed to organize and engage student learning by requiring concrete products or actions that address authentic problems.