Student and Teacher Leadership

Dare to Dream – Exploring Your Future

The Dare to Dream course is targeted at students who have been identified as being at risk of dropping out of or failing in school. Course content includes study skills and individual tutorials; job preparation, readiness, application, or interview skills; communication skills; personal assessment and awareness activities; speaker presentations; and small group seminars.

Dare to Dream Academic Academy

AWSP Course: Unified Science II 03202 Unified Science courses combine more than one branch of science into a cohesive study or may integrate science with another discipline. General scientific concepts are explored, as are the principles underlying the scientific method and experimentation techniques.

AWSP Course: Informal Mathematics II 02001 Informal Mathematics courses emphasize the teaching of mathematics as problem solving, communication, and reasoning, and highlight the connections among mathematical topics and between mathematics and other disciplines. These courses approach the teaching of general math, pre-algebra, and pre-geometry topics by applying numbers, and algebraic and geometric concepts and relationships to real world.

Voices from the Field

  • Targeted to 6th and 7th grade students entering 7th and 8th grade.
  • Partnership with Islandwood, Bainbridge Island


  • Conduct project-based science and exploration through forest, water, and soil investigations.
  • Conduct scientific observations (scientific method) and enhance writing skills.
  • Practice math skills using data collection methods.
  • Develop creative expression through music and visual arts
  • Practice journal writing and reflection
  • Develop team-building and leadership skills through Teams Course

Summer School

  • Math MATTERS/Math MASTERS Program
  • Engineering is Elementary (EiE) Curriculum
  • Field experiences tied to academic content

Art Contest

K-12 Migrant students can participate in a statewide art contest. The winners will be announced at the State MEP Conference. School Districts can submit their students’ artwork to NCESD.