Module at Museum School 

 

 

 

 

 

What is Module at Museum? 

All students in grades 9-11 take four museum module courses during the year. These courses are one full week long, and occur in October, December, March, and May. During these module weeks, students will not take their regular classes, and instead be immersed in the module project study all week at different museums and various cultural institutions around the city. At the culmination of these 5 days of museum modules, students will create a portfolio of work or similar culminating project. The different modules for each grade are as follows:

 

Grade 9:

Biodiversity

History of World Religions

Identities 

Latin American Colonization and Cultures

 

Grade 10:

Geology

Geometric Structures in our World

Imperialism

Japan Past & Present

 

Grade 11:

Activism in US History’s Great Oratory Moments

Careers in Chemistry

Coding

College Exploration

Click here for Ms. Choi's Coding Self-Portrait Project at Google! 

Here's a peek into Ms. St. John and Ms. Skirianos'

intensive 5 day Samba Module!

Check out these snippets from Ms. Abraham and Ms. Skirianos'

Identities Module at the Guggenheim!