Are You Ready to Set S.A.I.L.?
SAIL is a new extra-curricular program for high school students, designed to set time aside for students and teachers to engage in interest-based, non-traditional, hands-on educational experiences, and activities. SAIL will allow students to tie several learning concepts from past and current courses into one engaging experience, as well as create lifelong memories. Courses can range from on-campus activities, mission-based opportunities, and domestic or international travel.
A full list of SAIL courses will be announced to students at the end of the Spring semester, so students can plan their S.A.I.L. for the following year.
• All students, grades 9 – 12, are required to register for a S.A.I.L. course.
• Upon successful completion, students will receive a quarter credit.
• S.A.I.L. will allow students to tie several learning concepts from past and current courses into one engaging experience as well as create lifelong memories.
Our goals for S.A.I.L.:
To reinforce ideas or concepts taught in the classroom in an out-of-the-classroom environment and to eliminate the misconception that learning only occurs in the classroom.
To broaden the student’s worldview and appreciation of God’s creation.
To challenge students to expand their knowledge beyond present experiences.
To deepen relationships among students and between students and faculty.
To encourage a lifelong love of learning.
2019 S.A.I.L. EXPERIENCES
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S.A.I.L. 2017 RECAP (INAUGURAL YEAR)
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