Connecting Schools, Connecting Disciplines
Project Connect is a 3-day conference orchestrated by Asheville School every two years that brings educators from all over the country together to share knowledge and strategies in interdisciplinary studies.
Through a partnership with the E.E. Ford Foundation, Project Connect seeks to help teachers and schools start, sustain, and strengthen interdisciplinary initiatives in order to equip students with the higher order skills (critical thinking, problem solving, analytical reasoning, and written communication) they will need to succeed in college and in life.
About Asheville School
Since its founding more than a century ago, Asheville School has been preparing high school students with an education for a lifetime.
A rigorous academic experience focused on a traditional core curriculum challenges students and gives them the foundation to become better thinkers and communicators.
A code of honor instills in students the importance of truth and strong character in all aspects of life.
A rich tradition of athletics teaches students the important lessons of the playing field, sport and the outdoors.
The boarding school experience builds in students a respect for and responsibility to others and one's self.
Students learn these lessons in a nurturing, close-knit community set on a campus of 300 pastoral acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina.
Learn more at www.ashevilleschool.org.