Students choose seminars based on interests and credit goals.
An inquiry is an in-depth research project where students are able to explore a variety of content areas and learning targets in order to demonstrate high levels of critical-thinking and application. Inquiry topics are chosen based on a combination of student interests and credit goals.
Seminars, inquiries, and other course curriculum is based on work done by EdSteps & the Asia Society.
The inquiry process follows four phases: identify, explore, evaluate, demonstrate.
How do Students Engage in Learning?
Students engage in learning through a variety of formats that include interdisciplanary seminars and projects, along with blended courses.
Student Progress and Tools
KM Global is a competency based model that uses a variety of tools to manage student goals, credits and progress.
Field Experience Guide
Students have the opportunity to earn credit for a variety of learning experiences beyond the walls of school.
Students create, monitor, and update a student portfolio that showcases their accomplishments. This is a portfolio that can be used for an external audience to defend evidence of learning, apply for post-secondary opportunities, employment, or scholarships/programs.