Preparing for Life

A High School designed around ideas

  • Personalized and Integrated Curriculum: Students will have the opportunity to explore their interests and to engage with comprehensive cross-curricular content and experiences.
  • Real World Learning: Students will apply their knowledge and skills through real world project and problem-based learning. Students will be taught by educators and by professional practitioners.
  • Student Agency and Governance: Students will build personal and collective agency through full engagement with the school’s governance and development, including student membership in all school committees, positions on the Board of Trustees, and an ongoing dialogue based in kindness and courage.
  • Community: Students will provide service to their school and external communities, and members of the community-at-large will share their experience and knowledge with students. The curriculum will build to year-long collaborative projects that both serve community needs and support meaningful application of knowledge and skills.

A High School that has Core Values

  • Mindfulness: A School which cultivates its students’ inherent human worth, wakefulness, and native intelligence encourages the mindfulness and confidence essential for individual achievement and meaningful engagement in society.
  • Knowledge: A School with a diverse and student centered curriculum that both allows students to explore their interests and prepare to become engaged citizens of the world.
  • Experience: A School where students learn by doing, guided by practitioners within a rigorous, flexible curriculum.
  • Justice: A School that supports students’ individual and collective agency and their efforts to make the world more just and peaceful through expressions of kindness, generosity, and courage.
  • Community: A School where students are full participants in the larger community outside the school grounds, learning with and from the community and contributing as citizens of character who are confident in their fundamental worthiness.

Applications for Fall of 2020 are available and can be found here

If you believe in a community where young people have agency and voice, we want to talk to you. Reach out: randy@cityofbridgeshighschool.org

City of Bridges is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit. City of Bridges shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.  

The Bridge

City of Bridge’s The Bridge newsletter is here, if you haven’t signed up on our mailing list yet….there is still time, here

Issue 3.4 (November 5, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 3.4

Issue 3.3 (October 22, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 3.3

Issue 3.2 (September 29, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 3.2

Issue 3.1 (August 21, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 3.1

Volume 2: 2018-2019

Issue 2.19 (May 24, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.19

Issue 2.18 (March 20, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.18

Issue 2.17 (February 4, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.17

Issue 2.16 (January 1, 2019) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.16

Issue 2.15 (December 26, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.15

Issue 2.14 (December 12, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.14

Issue 2.13 (November 13, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.13

Issue 2.12 (October 26, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.12

Issue 2.11 (October 3, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.11

Issue 2.10 (September 18, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.10

Issue 2.9 (September 11, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.9

Issue 2.8 (August 29, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.8

Issue 2.7 (August 22, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.7

Issue 2.6 (August 16, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.6

Issue 2.5 (August 8, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.5

Issue 2.4 (August 1, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.4 

Issue 2.3 (July 24, 2018 of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.3

Issue 2.2 (July 17, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.2

Issue 2.1 (Year 2 Issue 2, July 10, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 2.1

Please take a look back through our first year of The Bridge below:

Issue 1.1 (Year 1 Issue 1) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.1

Issue 1.2 (October 1, 2017) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.2

Issue 1.3 (October 8, 2017) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.3

Issue 1.4 (October 15, 2017) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.4

Issue 1.5 (October 22, 2017) of The Bridge can be fond here: The Bridge 1.5

Issue 1.6 (November 5, 2017) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.6

Issue 1.7 (November 12, 2017) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.7

Issue 1.8 (November 26, 2017) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.8

Issue 1.9 (January 1, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.9

Issue 1.10 (February 2, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.10

Issue 1.11 (February 18, 2018) of The Bridge can be found here: The Bridge 1.11

Preparing for Life

A High School designed around ideas

  • Personalized and Integrated Curriculum: Students will have the opportunity to explore their interests and to engage with comprehensive cross-curricular content and experiences.
  • Real World Learning: Students will apply their knowledge and skills through real world project and problem-based learning. Students will be taught by educators and by professional practitioners.
  • Student Agency and Governance: Students will build personal and collective agency through full engagement with the school’s governance and development, including student membership in all school committees, positions on the Board of Trustees, and an ongoing dialogue based in kindness and courage.
  • Community: Students will provide service to their school and external communities, and members of the community-at-large will share their experience and knowledge with students. The curriculum will build to year-long collaborative projects that both serve community needs and support meaningful application of knowledge and skills.

A High School that has Core Values

  • Mindfulness: A School which cultivates its students’ inherent human worth, wakefulness, and native intelligence encourages the mindfulness and confidence essential for individual achievement and meaningful engagement in society.
  • Knowledge: A School with a diverse and student centered curriculum that both allows students to explore their interests and prepare to become engaged citizens of the world.
  • Experience: A School where students learn by doing, guided by practitioners within a rigorous, flexible curriculum.
  • Justice: A School that supports students’ individual and collective agency and their efforts to make the world more just and peaceful through expressions of kindness, generosity, and courage.
  • Community: A School where students are full participants in the larger community outside the school grounds, learning with and from the community and contributing as citizens of character who are confident in their fundamental worthiness.

Applications for Fall of 2020 are available and can be found here

If you believe in a community where young people have agency and voice, we want to talk to you. Reach out: randy@cityofbridgeshighschool.org

City of Bridges is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit. City of Bridges shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.