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Collected Reflections on UPrep's January Intensives

In case you missed our coverage of UPrep's new Intensive terms that made their debut in January, here's another look at the collected reflections of students, teachers and administrators, providing a snapshot of some of the many exciting experiences that took place on and off campus.

Lisa Kennedy, Associate Director of Communications

In case you missed our coverage of UPrep's new Intensive terms that made their debut in January, here's another look at the collected reflections of students, teachers and administrators, providing a snapshot of some of the many exciting experiences that took place on and off campus. We look forward to sharing more when our second Intensive term takes place in May!

·         The Environmental Ethics and Advocacy students learned about sustainable food production when they visited Skyroot Farm, an integrated animal and vegetable farm on South Whidbey Island.

·         UPrep Middle and Upper School students reflect on their experiences during the January 2019 Intensives.

·         Fine Arts teacher and department head Ty Talbot shares why he thought that UPrep’s new intensive terms lend themselves perfectly to delving into the arts.

·         Students traveled to Barranquilla to study social justice in Colombia as part of their advanced Spanish elective. Teachers Elena Tello and Ciara McGrath reflect on some of the trip’s highlights.

·         The Introduction to Statistics intensive brought students close to a real-world experience  with great results, writes UPrep Mathematics teacher David Peabody.

·         Richard Kassissieh, Assistant Head of School for Academics and Strategic Initiatives, gives his assessment of UPrep’s first round of intensives: A Great Success!

·         In Intensives in Action, Richard Kassissieh, Assistant Head of School for Academics and Strategic Initiatives, shows how the UPrep learning experience was enhanced by the new intensives.

 



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