Exterior of Global Citizenship Experience Lab School’s Lincoln Park Campus.
GCE Students holds United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 12, “Responsible Consumption,” prior to speaking at a public demonstration at Daley Plaza.
GCE teacher introduces concepts to students in the classroom before starting the hands-on component of the project.
GCE students interview a business owner to understand the economics and sustainability of agricultural supply chain.
In the Water class, freshman engineer and build custom water filters to make river water potable.
A student demonstrates that In real-world learning, evidence and results are visible, tangible, and memorable.
Students explore the mechanics of tools and simple machines in order to design innovative transportation in the Design and Engineering course.
A GCE student performs a 3D scan.
A student performs original poetry for Young Chicago Authors’ Louder Than a Bomb competition.
GCE students protest gun violence at North Avenue and Clybourn Street.
GCE Students discuss the impact of student voice in activism with former Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan at Newberry Library’s annual Bughouse Square Debates.
In GCE’s freshman Water course, students understand the impact of water consumption by calculating daily use, harvesting it from am local supply, and transporting it a distance equal to their commute home.
A GCE student applies classroom learning in the Fuel class, an integrated course that explores ecosystems, resources, and their impact on our culture.
Each school term, GCE students exercise professional presentation by discussing their culminating projects in a public setting.