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Watershed School to hold information night Jan. 16

Jan 08, 2020
The Watershed School admissions team, faculty members and current students will be on hand at an information night to answer questions and explain school initiatives, such as the Climate Change Project, Jan. 16.

Camden — Watershed School in Camden will hold an information night Thursday, Jan. 16, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Watershed School, 1 Free Street. Prospective families, students, and anyone interested in learning more about Watershed School will have the opportunity to hear about the school's curriculum, personalized programs, and community partnerships. The admissions team will be on hand to discuss the application and admissions process and faculty members and current students will also be available to answer questions. Financial assistance and scholarships are available to those who qualify.

New to Watershed this year is an interdisciplinary Climate Change Project, which will take place during the last seven weeks of school. While seniors are out in the community working on their senior projects, juniors, sophomores and freshmen will participate in this pilot program focused on climate change and civic action.

“We welcome high school applicants who are looking for something unique and meaningful,” said Will Galloway, head of school. “Students who aren’t sure if Watershed is right for them can apply for a one-semester experience, joining our upbeat, supportive community for programs of media literacy, applied studies of climate change and to be a part of the change they want to see in the world.”

 

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