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.