Our trip to the Shed Aquarium and the Field Museum are complete. What makes something recyclable? Is it ethical to keep animals in captivity in the interest of saving them? How can ancient DNA be used by modern science? These are just a few of the great ideas that came out of the trip. We can’t wait to see how students will turn these into rigorous projects.
Interested in learning more about Endeavor? Families are encouraged to attend one of the Family Information Nights on January 9 from 6-7 pm or January 24 from 6-7 pm. Take a tour, hear from current students, ask questions and see what it means to, “create your own path.”
How does a student persue individual interests and still stay on track to graduate? How do interests turn into credit in an English class?
Personalized Learning and Project Based Learning are innovative ways of learning and progressing through school. Join us for an informational evening as we help demonstrate how the process works.
Monday, October 23 6:30-7:30. Please RSVP to Judy Mueller firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is an interesting article from INC. What do you think, and what are you willing to do to make sure you don’t “get replaced”?
Our formal information nights are over for this year, but we’d still love to meet you. Give us a call to find out more about Endeavor or to schedule a private tour. (920) 262-7525