In order for our real-world problem-solving model to succeed, our students need to collaborate with people and organizations beyond Magnolia Drive. It is in working with professionals and in real-life environments that our students experience the “a-ha!” moments that are critical to our learning terrain.
We’ve seen this come to life in recent semesters both in and out of the classroom. In the spring of 2021, Mastery School students Sam Bowen ’23, Ethan Khorana ’24, Jillian Ungar ’23, & Niko Ustin ’24 partnered with Justin Bibb’s mayoral campaign to increase voter turnout. The result is VoteCLE
, a resource for important voting information in local elections. Their continued dedication and work has already shown an impact in our local politics.
After meeting Daniel Gray-Kontar of community partner Twelve Literary Arts
, Anaya and Ayana Harvey ’24 were compelled to continue their community advocacy beyond the Mastery School walls. Read more about their commitment to the Hough Youth Advisory Board here