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Every student has innate talent just waiting to be released. In these classes they’ll develop the skills—whether art, writing, comedy, or technology—to unleash their inner creator and leave their mark on the world.
with expert instructor H. Adam Harris
Taking the Stage: The Foundations of Acting
Students on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) benefit tremendously by working in small groups with other students who have similar IEP goals. Students are grouped by skill level with a mix of grade levels all in the same class.
Dr. Temple Grandin
Professor, Author, and Autism Advocate
Preparing Students with Autism to Enter the Workforce
Important issues such as racism, sexism, and social advocacy are too often shortchanged or omitted in mainstream curriculum. Classes in this series aim to arm today's learners with the knowledge to effectively serve as tomorrow's leaders.
Molly Brown House Museum
with Director of Learning & Engagement, Heather Pressman
Soldiers in Petticoats
Explore the present by returning to the past. From geography to famous people and places, learn about different eras, holidays and traditions without leaving the house.
Maryland Center for History and Culture
with Digital Learning Specialist, Ashlee Anderson
What Makes a Good National Anthem?
Learning happens best when there’s a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine of tests and essays go down. In these classes, students will be encouraged to learn for the love of it, through games, activities, and subjects that feel more like fun than school.
Logic and critical thinking are skills that students love practicing, teachers love teaching, but schools often don't have time for. In these classes, students can give their brains a problem-solving workout through strategy games, puzzles, and activities.
There’s no such thing as “not a math person,” only those who aren't quite math people yet. In these classes, students can build fundamental math skills, explore math applications to real life, and develop a mathematical mindset through puzzles and challenges.
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