Do you have some old items in your garage or attic that you’d like to transform? Do you know how a Japanese education compares to one in the United States? Have you ever wondered what prompts someone to become a serial killer? Are you intrigued by domes?
Twenty-five juniors and seniors from IDEAS Academy attended Experience LTC on February 9 to get a better understanding of what college classes are like.
A school field trip really paid off for IDEAS Academy junior Jacob Olmedo. Thanks to connections he made that day, he has an opportunity to get invaluable work experience and pre-college credits this summer.
On Wednesday, January 18th IDEAS academy students attended Community Cinema at the John Michael Kohler Art Center. Community Cinema is shown the third Wednesday of every month. The movie told the story of civil rights activist Daisy Bates, an influential proponent in the desegregation of schools and the leader of the "Little Rock Nine." Afterwards a discussion was led by Robert Samuel Smith, professor of African American History, Civil Rights and Race and Law.