The LVCP Class of 2018 jumped in to project-based learning with the Identity Project, a rite of passage for all students in which they ask and answer important questions, including:
What factors shape and reveal our identities?
How do we present ourselves to others consciously and subconsciously?
Who ultimately defines a person’s character? The perceiver, or the perceived?
How does sharing our identities expand our compassion?
Freshmen love this project. Here's their feedback in their own words:
"I liked examining my outward feelings and thoughts and see how they reflect my inner ideals." - Taylor
"I liked exploring my identity and watching other people around me explore theirs." - Cheryl
"I liked that you get to learn more about other people and more about yourself. I like that you had to really dig deep inside of your self in order to get the perfect mask. I also like that you got to know more about people and become better friends with them." - Grant