Project School

 

The vision of The Project School is to eliminate the predictive value of race, class, special capacities, and gender identity on success in school and in life. They aim to uncover, discover, or recover the unique gifts, talents, and interests that each child has and help the child apply those assets to academic challenges that emerge. The Project School use a P3 curriculum framework, which is a child-centered approach to place-based, problem-based, and project-based education. The Project School is committed to social justice, educational equity, and environmental sustainability. For example, on “Museum of Authentic Work Day,” students present an age-appropriate aspect of a social justice issue to the community.