Topics: 3100 Campus
- Beat Cancer.
- Became a courier and advocate for the Bone Marrow Donor Program.
- Inspired others to volunteer.
Retirement? Sort of.
Some people look toward their retirement-age years as a time to kick back and relax. For Karen Tinsley ('63), however, this has been a season of taking part in a community that saves lives.
Not many teenaged theatre students have the opportunity to connect with the creative mind behind the musical they’ve spent months preparing. This past weekend, however, the Minnehaha Academy Players had just that experience.
- Inspired to pursue Human Physiology after her year in Mr. Monson's anatomy class.
- Volunteered with the Range of Motion Clinic (ROMP) in Ecuador and began exploring the field of orthotics and prosthetics.
- Completing her master's degree in the field while also continuing her connection with ROMP.
A Change in Direction
The ripple effect of Mr. Monson’s 11th grade science class was felt in Quito, Ecuador, this summer as alum Emily Zoltai ('08) and five other grad students completed the “hands on experience” portion of their clinical internship at Quito’s ROMP (Range of Motion Project) Clinic. For Zoltai this was more than just an internship opportunity.
How the Innovation Lab develops persistence, collaboration, and the ability to critically examine one's own work.
Recap: What's the Why?
How do we prepare our students for an environment we can hardly imagine? What skills will translate into roles and technology that we have no way to anticipate?
- Received nurture from the Minnehaha Academy Community during her time as a student
- Sought to share that experience with teens in her current community
- Created the Quincy House
Not the Type
From the outside, Tami (Palmquist) Moberg appears to be a happily settled suburban mama, not the type to have much in common with troubled teens from the north suburbs.
The following is the first in a series detailing how Minnehaha Academy is working to help your child build the necessary skills to succeed in life after school.
Today we look at why MA emphasizes not only exceptional academics but also specific mindsets and character skills that open the doors for greater lifelong success
Topics: Lower School
An amazing benefit of building from scratch is that we have the opportunity to look at what science says about learning and design our space accordingly.