Grade 9 students in Modern Education course hold open house showing projects

Grade 9 students from CHSS who are taking Modern Education showcased their achievements from this year at a Celebration of Learning.



Grade 9 students from Charles Hays Secondary School who are taking the new course, Modern Education, showcased their achievements from this year at a Celebration of Learning held at the Crest Hotel.

Students set up at tables, showing off a variety of projects, including paints, posters, video projections and more.

The Modern Education course consists of project-based learning that addresses the grade 9 curriculum for humanities, art and science. The course was based partially in the community and partially in the school, with many guest contributors from the community mentoring students.

The school board says pilot-course was extremely successful this year, and will be returning next school year.

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