Students at The College School never sit in class and wonder: “When will I use this in real life?”
At The College School, students learn by going off campus, collaborating with experts, and creating solutions to real-world problems. We don’t teach to the test, drill worksheets, or learn content just for the sake of doing so. Instead, students master physics by designing and building their own roller coasters or learn financial literacy by starting their own businesses.
Students explore the world through authentic experiences. Along the way, they are part of a close-knit community that allows them to be who they are and to use their voice. It’s no wonder students love coming to school.
“When I came to The College School in Fifth Grade, my teachers were the first to assure me that it was okay to be myself. They taught us about science and computers; I learned to code with them. They built on what my own father was teaching me about camping, biking, and embracing adventure, but most importantly, they helped teach me to embrace and chase my interests and curiosities.”
Shaun Hautly, Class of 1999