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You're great. You might just be in the wrong high school.


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You're great. You might just be in the wrong high school.


MISSION

Learning can be hard. It can also be exciting, and can change someone’s life forever. It should never be boring, but that isn’t always the case in traditional learning environments, and we strive for it to never be the case at FlexTech. FlexTech High School prepares students for life after high school by ensuring that they have the skills and confidence to surmount any challenge that life hands them by thinking critically, collaborating, and advocating for themselves. FlexTech students gain these skills by engaging in relevant coursework that is tailored to their interests and futures, coursework that is also grounded in meeting the requirements of the Michigan Merit curriculum and helps them to develop academically and in so many other facets of their life.


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Project Based Learning


Educating students for the 21st century requires that we rethink our definition of teaching and learning.

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Project Based Learning


Educating students for the 21st century requires that we rethink our definition of teaching and learning.

It’s time we update our approach to education to match the world that students will face when they graduate high school—a world that emphasizes critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity.   

Research shows that students learn more profoundly when they are able to apply the skills and concepts they encounter in their classrooms to real-world problems and challenges.  Project based learning helps students refine important 21st century skills like solving complex problems, working in teams, and posing creative solutions.

At FlexTech High School students engage in project based learning to investigate real world questions and then develop solutions.  Through these investigations students integrate knowledge and skills from a variety of disciplines, they consult with community experts, and they present their solutions to authentic audiences.

Project based learning is not textbook-driven or fragmented, but is thematic and integrated.   Skills and content are not taught as an end in themselves, rather students learn them through their project investigations.  Textbooks, if they have them, are just one of many resources.  Students use a variety of research methods and tools that include books, technology, interviews, and primary sources.  In this way, they learn the value of critical analysis and evaluating sources, an essential 21st century skill.

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Founder's Message


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Founder's Message


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