The Phoenix School Summer Adventures offer a unique combination of by-the-water and out-of-the-classroom activities intended to spark curiosity, enhance learning, and encourage students to step out of their comfort zones. Summer Adventures have a new and exciting theme each week. Classes fill fast so interested families are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible.
Airplane tickets originating from a major-hub airport of winner’s choice, within the continental United States, to a major-hub airport of the domestic or international city of winner’s choice. Not to exceed the total value of $3,000.Hotel accommodations not to exceed a total value of $1,400.A $500 VISA gift card.
The Odds 250:1
$100 per ticket, only 250 tickets sold
An Evening Overlooking Salem Harbor; Harborpoint @ Root – June 28th, 6 pm
Join The Phoenix School and community of Salem in honoring Barbara’s and Betsye’s memory on June 28th at 6 pm at Root. It will be an evening of amazing food, drink, and celebration all while raising financial support for The Phoenix School’s core values of creativity, perseverance, citizenship, innovation, and empathy that Barbara and Betsye began 38 years ago.
Phoenix revolutionized education almost forty years ago when the prevalent teaching methodology was turned on its head, and students were given an active voice and role in the classroom and their education. Today, we continue to pioneer with our innovative, experience-driven learning community. Phoenix provides students with the tools, ideas, and encounters to help them be the best versions of themselves. With teachers as their partners in the PK-8 education equation, students learn to emphasize process over product, executing project-based learning through a robust curriculum. Phoenix helps students think critically, explore deeply, work collaboratively, contribute globally, learn from failure and celebrate success. Our core values are creativity, perseverance, citizenship, innovation, and empathy.
The Phoenix School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.