People don’t fit in boxes, right?
Neither should education.
At Global Citizenship Experience Lab School, the city is our classroom. We’re changing education by breaking down walls to extend learning beyond the classroom, so each student makes connections between their own unique interests and the world around them.
We inspire the city’s most diverse student body and faculty to tackle real-world problems. The result: a personally tailored, uncommonly engaging, and powerfully relevant education where no one ever asks: Why do I need to learn this?
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participate in at least one internship while in high school
strategic field experiences with our corporate, nonprofit, and civic partners
feel prepared for college/postsecondary success vs. less than 50% of high school students nationwide
start their own business—while still in high school
of our students are accepted into college
Our families expect more from high school than just college admission. At GCE we don’t teach to the test, we teach to the world’s most pressing problems using real-world, project-based learning.
Every course has three components:
where you learn foundational skills and core concepts
where you grasp the relevance and practical value of what you've learned
where you demonstrate understanding and mastery
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Explore The Real World Every Week
Students participate in 200+ Field Experiences and guest workshops with our professional partners where they apply what they’ve learned in the classroom, question assumptions about the world, and experience a wide range of jobs and careers which develop their professional networks and lead to internships.
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Meet a few of our 150+ partners and check out a few of our field experiences.
Students in Design & Engineering received a visit from a team of designers and engineers from the James Dyson Foundation. We have a longstanding partnership with the Dyson Foundation, and…
The Seniors in the Economics course have been investigating the guiding question, How do we make choices in a world of limited resources and limited time?. In the course, students…
In the Sophomore Humanities course, Drama, the students have been investigating the guiding question, How does drama stage and heal our roles in society?. Specifically, they have been studying how…
THE Not Your Normal High School QUIZ