Special Thank You, Live from Family Day

  • June 18, 2021
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Today, we held our annual Family Day celebration on campus. It is the first celebration in a long time so we wanted to invite our entire Safe Passage/Camino Seguro Family from around the world to join in virtually. We also wanted to say a special thank you to everyone

Expeditions Exhibition

  • October 25, 2019
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Throughout the school year, our students take part in many engaging “expeditions” as part of the Expeditionary Learning curriculum used in our full-day school. An “expedition” is a unit of study involving research, group work, community outings, and a final presentation. In culmination of all their hard work throughout

Ancient Civilizations Expedition

  • July 21, 2019
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In Expeditionary Learning, expeditions are built around an academic topic. The Ancient Civilizations expedition served as an opportunity for our 7th grade students to learn about the roots of our shared humanity. Beginning in the classroom, students divided into small groups to research ancient civilizations around the world. Tasked

Student-led conferences

  • July 5, 2019
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The teachers at Safe Passage help our students understand that they are accountable for their actions. This is an important aspect of Expeditionary Learning, which is the guiding methodology of our full-day school. Student-led conferences are a major component of this. In these conferences, which are held every semester,

VIDEO: Learning Outside the Classroom

  • December 28, 2018
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Expeditions are a key part of Expeditionary Learning, which is the guiding methodology of our full-day school at Safe Passage. Expeditions are educational journeys that take place in and out of the classroom, involving research, group work, community outings, and final presentations. This past year, our students ventured beyond

Expedition to the Museum of Natural History

  • July 2, 2018
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Expeditionary Learning in Action: Our trip to the Natural History Museum 8:00 a.m. Our 6th graders wait excitedly inside the school, going over final details with their teachers. Today they’ll be visiting the Natural History Museum in Guatemala City as part of an expedition called Environmental Protagonists (Progatonistas Ambientales).