e3 Civic High scholastic's, Saw Paw, is spending the semester in Washington DC at the School for Ethics and Global Leadership. He tells us he's been able to witness many exciting moments in American government like Acting Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire's whistleblower testimony. Thanks for the update, Saw Paw! We can't wait to see you back on campus.
Senior scholar, Anthony, says he wasn't looking forward to school back when he first enrolled years ago. He's since changed his mind. I underestimated e3 Civic High, he says. It's small enough to know everyone and it feels like you're a family.
Congratulations, Dr. Cheryl Ward, who will serve as e3 Civic High's new Chief Engagement and Innovation Officer. We already know what a powerhouse Dr. Ward is and can't wait to see how she continues to create growth and opportunity for our scholars!
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month!
When 11th grade scholar, Oscar, first came to e3 Civic High, he said he was very shy. Now he feels more comfortable making presentations and public speaking because of the many opportunities he's had to develop this skill at school.
e3 Civic High Learning Associate, Ms. Pharoah, says she likes the small size of the school because it enables her to really get to know scholars.
Here’s just some of what you’ll find during a walk through campus at lunchtime. Mr. José Fernando Bello V.’s dance lessons are very popular among e3 Civic High scholars
e3 Civic High scholar, Araceli, says she loves learning about different cultures through dance. She enjoys bachata, merengue, banda, and cumbia, and has enjoyed Mr. Bello's lessons in Argentine tango.
Tenth grade scholar, Dana, said she never really enjoyed Shakespeare before e3 Civic High learning facilitator, Mr. Miles, helped bring the text to life. Now the lady doth adore the Bard.