Online Learning will continue through Friday, April 3. Spring Break begins April 4. Info and Updates
Social Advocacy empowers motivated seniors to explore how Gospel values can inform and lead action to bring about a more just world. Students enrolled in this class will focus on a social justice issue, investigate the cultural, economic, political, and social structures and forces at play, and develop real-world solutions. This class will guide students in how to transform a passion for justice, love, and care for the “dear neighbor” to developing initiatives working towards a solution. In the process of developing solutions, students possible learning activities may include: research, interview or perhaps shadow subject matter experts, participate in service immersions, and visit pertinent sites. The final assessment will include a presentation of the research and student solution (which may take the form of a written grant, public policy, nonprofit proposal, etc.).
Note: This is a blended class.