This coming March Hanover High will again change from regular classes to offer four-day courses in a wide variety of topics, taught by staff, parents and other local residents with special experience and expertise. In some courses students will team with adults to help teach.
March Intensive was offered for the first time in March 2008. This year's courses will be held from March 17-20, 2009 and include 42 courses that last for four full days; nine that last for half days, which students will mix and match; and nine extended trips, usually lasting a week.
A sample of the topics: International Humanitarian Law; The Joy of Local Food; A Week in the Life of Local Government; The School of Athens (Mural Art); Exploring Opportunities Helping Children in Local Hospitals; Fencing Workshop; Garage Band and Mixing Music; German Food & Film; Survival Japanese; Chamber Music Coaching & Master Class; Mind-Blowing Physics; Boston Area College Tour; Vehicle Maintenance and Repair; Habitat for Humanity; Shakespeare on Film; Scuba Diving Certification class; and many others.To view the current March Intensive offerings, you can go to: http://intensive.dresden.us
The stained-glass window hanging in the cafeteria was produced by last year's March Intensive stained-glass workshop, which will be offered again this year.
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Posted by Hanoverlife at 1:04 PM