In the vibrant community at Sudbury Valley, students from pre-school through high school age explore the world freely at their own pace and in their own unique ways. They are responsible for designing their path to adulthood.
New to our Blog:
Should Everyone Learn at the Same Pace? by Jay Flood
Kingdom of Childhood, Chapter 5 From Interviews by Hanna Greenberg, edited by Mimsy Sadofsky and Daniel Greenberg
The instinct to wait and see, the act of doing nothing, allows for something to be.
Everyone in the school community is passionate about what they are doing. The activities they engage in on a day to day basis gives meaning to their lives.
Having attended SVS from the age of 4, I feel I received my entire education at SVS. Everything I learned was of my own volition.
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Everybody sees that the notion that kids have to go to a building--to a school--and have to be taught stuff in person by a teacher who talks at them, has been flushed down the toilet.
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