A day in the Slope School studio is creativity within constraints: large blocks of time for work and play with clear but broad guardrails, equipping young people to manage their time, set goals, and track progress.
Time management decisions are simple at first – which book to read or which Montessori work to do. But young people earn more freedom and responsibility as they demonstrate their readiness, eventually earning the flexible and transparent work environment of great tech companies.
Each day at Slope School is broken up into work sprints with a shared purpose or goal. In a normal day:
The flexibility of the schedule is key to the learning design. Work blocks can be shuffled around based on studio needs each session. Within each work block, students choose from a broad range of work options based on their personal goals, passions, and commitments.
Slope School is a Learner-Driven Community – a new model of organizational design that equips young people to carry real leadership weight from an early age. Simply put, they learn to build a 21st-century organization by running their own.
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