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Highschool (9-12 grades) Demographics for the schools- 1200 students (25% white, 25% African American, 25% Asian,25% Hispanic) Location- Suburb outside a big city World View & Ethics: What are your goals? Developing students to be able to take responsibility for themselves while guiding them in academic learning, discipline, and setting them up for future success. What do you believe about teaching and learning? Teaching should follow a process of leading the youngsters to analyze and think by themselves. Whose Language is the language of instruction? The school would be primarily English but would have a language course each day that tutored by students. (ex. If students pick French as the language they want to learn during the language course, then students who have French as native language would be the learning assistant for the course. ) What languages are allowed or encouraged to be used at the school? All! Mission Statement: What is the purpose of your school? To develop critical thinking, self-learning, career-ready students. In whose interest does the school educate students? The school educates students in the interest of society with a primary focus of the students themselves. How does your school contribute to the culture society? Each year we have a parade in the gym, while the kids of all different ethnicities hold a flag to celebrate the culture, and place that they are from. The school will have a food festival every half year. Students will present the food from their culture and share with other students. All foods should be handmade by students or their family. Graphic logo that represents our school mission: Our mascot is the timberwolves. In our school the timberwolves represents the curiosity, always searching for something new, which resides in knowledge. Then as wolves hunt together, it correlates to the students as they work together to expand their minds, and learn new things.
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Organization: Are students grouped by grades?
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  • Fall '19
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