On Tuesday, October 4th, from 6:00-8:00p.m., Springhouse Community School is hosting a community screening of the documentary film Most Likely To Succeed.
The 89-minute film will be screened in the Celebration Hall at the Floyd EcoVillage (718 Franklin Pike Rd SE, Floyd, VA 24091.) Springhouse students will be available to discuss the impact this form of education has on their lives and on their learning. Admission is $5.
Most Likely to Succeed is a film that examines the current system of education in our nation and offers real solutions that reimagine an engaging learning experience that inspires students, educators, and parents alike. The film was selected in the 2015 Sundance Festival and has been credited with impacting innovative initiatives in education across the nation. If you’ve ever wondered how the current state of education can be transformed into an experience that enriches the lives of all those involved–students, educators, and community members– then this film is a must-see for you.
“Most Likely to Succeed is the best film ever done on the topic of school — both its past and its future. The film inspires its audiences with a sense of purpose and possibility, and is bringing school communities together in re-imagining what our students and teachers are capable of doing. Run, don’t walk, to bring this film to your school. After seeing this film, you’ll never look at school the same way again” (MLTSfilm.org).
The event’s host is Springhouse Community School, a local, project-based secondary school that embraces the power of student-centered, experiential learning for its 7th-12th graders. At SCS, the educational experience is “individualized, rigorous, and engaging,” and all those involved learn and grow through an authentic learning process that is formed by project-based learning, mentoring relationships, and collaboration with community members (SpringhouseCommunitySchool.org).
If you’re an educator, student, parent, or community member interested in reimagining education in our local and national community, then mark your calendar for the screening of Most Likely To Succeed on October 4th.
For more information about the film and the movement to revolutionize education in the 21st century, visit: www.mltsfilm.org
For more information about Springhouse Community School and its commitment to reimagine education and engage in unique project-based learning experiences, visit: www.springhousecommunityschool.org
Email: Ezekiel@springhousecommunityschool.org, or Call: (540) 745-4673.