We have been changing the way we do things so that high school will be more meaningful for our young people.
We’re re-examining effective teaching practices so that we can move from learning by most students to learning by all students.
Teachers are sharing ideas, integrating technology into the classroom and working together to improve their practices.
Our goal is to provide students with 21st century learning skills. Students are encouraged to seek answers to their own questions.
Students have the skills they need to enter the work force - the ability to think critically, solve problems and work well with a team.
Students are fully engaged and participate freely in classroom discussions.
"What did you do in school today?" is a research initiative in which we survey various students once a month to monitor their attitudes towards school.
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