A real-life example of four New Yorkers who live the values of “character and community” that we at NYC Outward Bound so fervently believe in. Even better, it’s about our President Richard Stopol’s parents and it recently appeared on the front page of the NY Times! Enjoy…
Manny Leyva, a junior at our Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, is New York One’s New Yorker of the week for his dedicated service in educating his BCS peers about diversity and acceptance. Congratulations Manny!
Six students at our Validus Preparatory Academy aren’t waiting for Superman, as the Bronx Times-Reporter discovered in its article on their trip to the Model UN in Germany. As guests of the John F. Kennedy High School in Berlin, they joined other international students in exploring the theme ‘Combating Illicit Trade: A Civic Responsibility.’
8th grade teacher Maria Papadimitropoulos, from our Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School, is not waiting for Superman. She just took her students to the NY Hall of Science exhibit “1001 Inventions from the Muslim World”, where they were featured in this article by the WNYC Culture Desk!
Our Kurt Hahn School students aren’t waiting for Superman either: journalism students just paid a visit to GothamSchools!
We’re NOT waiting for Superman: This morning, students from our Validus Preparatory Academy arrived in Berlin to participate in the Model UN. Check out their blog here!
We’re NOT waiting for Superman: We’re going to tell you, every day, what we’re doing across our 10-school network to improve academics, community and character in our public Expeditionary Learning schools.
Congratulations to our Kurt Hahn School’s rising football team, the Blue Devils, profiled here in the NY Post!
Our new Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School in Queens has just completed its first Learning Expedition! To view photos of the 6th grade expedition, click here: