Emily Jones discusses a progressive school in which students learn the relevance of physical work, the importance of perspective, and the power of collaboration.
We believe that knowledge only gains power from being applied and extended. The Putney School has led the movement in project-based learning and integrated academics through our semi-annual Project Weeks. Over 9 days, students propose and work with faculty mentors to carry out individual projects related to their academic coursework.
Putney Faculty discuss the importance of spoken proficiency, primary source materials, and learning to think (and speak) creatively.