We know that today’s learners face problems that are complex and constantly changing. 21st century careers are evolving more quickly than in any time in human history. Problem-solving skills, community building, and leadership development are now as important as academics at every stage of a student’s learning development. Selwyn School’s mission revolves around this broader set of skills, which is why we offer an experiential, individualized, and student-centered learning environment for all our students that encourages independent thinking and persistent attention to evolving, proven educational practices and philosophies.
I recently attended the Second Annual Families of Color Conference in Las Colinas, where I heard some very unique [...]
Dr. Armin Mikler, parent of a Selwyn alumni, is the Director of the Center for Computational Epidemiology and Response Analysis, [...]
Seeing pictures from any Perspectives trip always reminds me of what joyful learning looks like. Out of the classroom [...]