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Project H's public school curriculum puts community architecture projects in the hands of students in grades 6-12.
Kids need hands-on experience with STEAM—science, technology, engineering, arts, and math—to contribute actively to their communities.
Project H provides the tools, skills, and space for students to design and build the things that matter to them.
Students in the accredited Project H elective spend a full year learning rigorous design iteration, applied arts and sciences, and vocational building skills — and using them to build a community project of their choice.
More than 600 students have designed and built a total of 24 community design projects, including playgrounds and gardens, an outdoor classroom, a school library, a tiny house, and an award-winning 2000-square-foot farmers' market pavilion.
We teach youth to design and build their future with heart, hands, and hammers.
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