Join us on August 5 for a virtual panel discussion about the critical importance of integrating SEL structures and supports into school reopening plans.
Two NYC Outward Bound Schools students — both class valedictorians — were featured in The New York Daily News’ 2020 graduation round-up.
As we wrap up our spring fundraising campaign, enjoy a special thank you message from graduates of the Class of 2020.
Despite the challenges that 2020 presented our senior class, they forged onward to graduation! Enjoy a special round-up of graduation parade clips, speeches and media coverage from Graduation 2020.
Students at Launch, a NYC Outward Bound middle school in Bedford-Stuyvesant, are leading an art project called “Launching Peace” in response to racial injustices around the country.
Twin brothers and ninth graders at West End Secondary School, a NYC Outward Bound School in Manhattan, wrote a first-hand account of a Black Lives Matter protest they attended in their Harlem neighborhood.
Kurt Hahn, a NYC Outward Bound School in East Flatbush, organized a day-long virtual symposium on racial justice held on Friday, June 5.
In response to the murder of George Floyd and subsequent #BlackLivesMatter protests around the world, our network schools have organized several opportunities for their communities to share out and respond.
Read NYC Outward Bound Schools’ organizational response to the May 25 murder of George Floyd and subsequent protests around the nation.
Read an excerpt from “More than Dumplings and Red Envelopes: What happens when we question who is absent in our curriculum,” a piece written for EL Education by Ingrid Wong, a School Designer for NYC Outward Bound Schools.