What does it take to change the world? This question naturally emerged from students taking the first semester’s Environmental Ethics and Advocacy course that explored the complexity and socio-technical nature of contemporary environmental problems.
Blog posts by members of the University Prep Community
Director of Athletics Rebecca Moe describes her 20-year tenure at the school as “longer than some of the buildings have been on campus.” She always radiates with Puma Pride and an enthusiasm for athletics.
Sometimes, as parents and educators, we need to step back and allow our students the room to respond constructively and make something happen.
Middle and Upper School students had a lot to say about their intensive experiences. Below, here a few comments from students who took a wide range of classes.
The intensive provided an ideal format for allowing for students to have deeper and richer experiences with the arts.
Strong relationships between students and teachers inspire learning and ensure student success.
Our first intensives were a great success for the students, as Seattle became our learning partner in a multitude of interdisciplinary courses that demonstrated the impact of depth over breadth.
UPrep students worked on a team project for their Statistics Intensives that analysed a real-world issue and then compared their work to a professional.