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Behind the Classroom Door
Grant College Prep and Digital Arts students engage in critical and creative thinking every day, in every class across the academic curricula. On any given day, you can find our students . . .
. . . digitally manipulating one of their original photographs to create pop art.
. . . constructing parabolas using the focus and directrix to understand their application to satellites, long distance microphones, and suspension bridges.
. . . debating whether fate or human free will is the stronger force in Sophocles' Antigone.
. . . creating dynamic "how to" infographics to provide instructions on how to overcome an academic challenge.
. . . writing an essay about the extent to which our economic decisions are biologically determined.
. . . participating in a Socratic Seminar about Existential philosophy and its representation in fiction.
. . . performing a lab to measure the effects of changes in temperature, pH, and enzyme concentration on reaction rates of an enzyme.
. . . analyzing complex elements of gender-based rhetoric in modern print advertisements.
. . . working collaboratively to understand the definition of absolute value inequalities.
. . .engaging in neighborhood conversations and research to implement a community-wide environmental improvement project.
. . . in the quad, filming the crucial scene of their independent student movie project.
. . . acting out scenes from Hamlet guided by professional Shakespearean actors.