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Student Life

In addition to traditional academic subjects such as mathematics, foreign languages, science and humanities, Avenues places emphasis on other areas of student development as well—especially the arts and athletics, which are incorporated into every schedule.

For younger children, extended day programs are available in a variety of options. Students can participate in a variety of programs, both before and after school. Some programs are provided as a free service for Avenues parents, while others are offered for a fee.

College counseling is available for older students to help place them in the colleges, universities or other higher-education institutions that are the best fit for their interests.

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Recent Articles from OPEN, our news and discussion blog

Upper Division Students Receive Scholastic Writing Awards

by Judith Fox
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May 8, 2017 - 17 Avenues students in grades 8 through 11 received awards for their “superior talent and achievement” in the written word. The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7 through 12.  More...

See all articles with these tags on our blog site, Open: 10th Grade , 11th Grade , 8th Grade , 9th Grade , Middle Grades Program , Upper Division , Upper Grades Program , Writing

Avenues and Projects for All at SXSWedu

by Avenues Social Media Team
The team poses before their presentation.

May 2, 2017 - A few weeks ago, Projects For All and partner Avenues: The World School presented at the SXSWedu Conference in Austin, Texas. They teamed up to examine ways in which high quality education can be brought to children who have limited or no access to traditional schooling.  More...

See all articles with these tags on our blog site, Open: Global , Technology

Jessica Lahey: The Gift of Failure

by Jennette Mullaney
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April 26, 2017 - Jessica Lahey, teacher and author of The Gift of Failure, encourages parents and teachers to nurture resiliency in children. “We want confidence paired with experience – experience actually getting stuff done, actually doing stuff, trying, failing, trying again,” she explains.  More...

See all articles with these tags on our blog site, Open: Avenues Speakers Series , Video

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