This program is designed for the student who wants to creatively explore learning through the lens of design and production. Advanced levels of the arts, language, and other forms of expression encompass the framework for this individualized experience. This program is for the student who wants to discover unique ways for imaginative learning.
How do you become the best version of you? Learn more about yourself through collaboration, communication, and critical thinking. Classes allow students to use design thinking to creatively solve problems that better their lives and the lives of others. Students will show what they know and incorporate what they love into their learning.
What are your passions? What impact do you want to make in the world? What type of work will utilize your strengths and help you to live out and ignite that passion? Which career path could be a good fit for you and what educational path should you take after high school? Through authentic on-site mentoring experiences and paid and non-paid internships, the Career Mentorship Program helps students find answers to these questions and more. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?
A student that takes Core Infusion will receive their seventh-grade science and language arts credits, as well as an elective credit through a course called Design Thinking. In eighth-grade, it is a 2 period science and ELA class. This is a three-credit program where all of the courses are integrated within our classrooms, with Design Thinking as a focus. The goal is for students to take their passions, and abilities and apply them to real-world problems in order to develop a solution.
This program is designed for the student who wants to experience higher education during their high school career. Through partnerships with local institutes of higher learning, a student will be able to enroll in college level courses, participate in dual enrollment courses on-site, and/or earn college credits prior to graduation.
The Innovation Campus provides unique educational opportunities for students from the entire district. Middle and high school students can follow their passion and take courses on the Innovation Campus that would not generate full classrooms in their home schools. Through a fiscally responsible business plan we can continue to offer personalized learning.