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Move, Adapt, or Die: The Life and Times of a Syrian Refugee In the fall, the senior class of Tahoe Expedition Academy was asked to design a class service trip on their own.
Taylor explains in the podcast how the adolescent brain responds better when leaving its comfort zone and how their curriculum empowers students to reach their full potential while cultivating intellectual growth, character, and confidence.
Our college admissions and acceptances are growing every day with this senior class! The UC system is on a roll and showing us the love! UC Santa Cruz just accepted a few of our students and more decisions are on their way.
Our students are challenged with real-life problems. For this +Impact Study, students had to create a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) that could monitor environmental concerns in aquatic ecosystems.
The Financial Times recently visited our school to investigate Silicon Valley’s role in bringing personalized learning to the forefront of education.
Education Dive, an education industry news site, intervied +Impact School’s CEO on the school’s unique building design.
You are invited to +Impact School’s Celebration of Learning Our “Celebration of Learning” is an opportunity for +Impact students to share their learning with the public at this open house-style event.
+Impact Students recently traveled to the southwest to deepen their understanding of Indigenous cultures and the impact that manifest destiny had on them.
Thank you to everyone who made a donation. Your contributions allowed our students to have an even bigger +Impact on their mission to help the refugee population in Greece.
At +Impact School, we have empirical evidence and anecdotal data from the past five years that Constructive Adversity, our version of experiential learning, helps foster resilience, perseverance and problem-solving skills.
Our students are currently in Greece, working shoulder-to-shoulder with aid organizations for the refugees, learning about the problems this community faces, and identifying solutions to these problems.