#54 – Outside of the Box
The most innovative learning often happens outside the four walls of the classroom. We believe that letting our students learn “outside of the box” is a way to put their learning into practice. Whether it is by creating catapults with a 3-D printer, shooting a rocket in science class, or taking an annual trip to Washington DC, students at the Middle School are given a myriad of opportunities to explore hands-on learning. Through these experiences, our students have the ability to relate what they have learned to real life, allowing them to make connections to the world around them.

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