Educators at The LIFE School say they’ve created a self-directed learning environment that encourages students to learn courageously and feel safe in their identity.
“We take every aspect of education, and we pull it apart, and we try to look at all the different angles, try to look at all the different sides, and find ways students can use that and apply their own personality and creativity to it,” explained Khabral Muhammad, a science teacher at the high school.
Muhammad and Mikala Streeter, the founding principal of The LIFE School who recently collaborated to create the Zucchinis Homeschool Co-op [for PreK-8th], returned to Monday’s edition of “Closer Look” to discuss The LIFE School’s learning model.
Listen to our interview and Read more here -
This summer we are offering two exciting summer programs for middle and high school students.
We have a hybrid approach where students can choose each day whether they attend school in person or virtually. Our staff takes careful precautions for protect our school community against COVID-19. This plan was developed in thoughtful consideration of family survey responses, the guidance of health officials, and our other key factors.