Programs, Projects & Partnerships

Lana'i High and Elementary School

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The Creative Core launched its (PB)2 model at Lana'i High and Elementary School, and helped transform LHES into a nationally-recognized model for school-community Place-Based, Project-Based Learning. Read about one of LHES's 

Moloka'i LIVE Summer Program

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After launching as a program for the Moloka'i LIVE Summer Credit Recovery Program, The Common Core, NGSS-aligned Curriculum, Voices of the Land and Sea served as a foundation for the new interdisciplinary "Academy of the Land and Sea" at Molokai High School. 

Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School

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The Creative Core helped DK Inouye select and implement The Center for the Collaborative Classroom's workshop-based, social/emotional learning integrated literacy ELA prgram, and supported their transition to school wide place-based project-based learning(PB)2." 

Kea'au High School Ulupono Program

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When Kea'au Principal Dean Cevallos wanted to create a project-based program to support the academic success of its at-risk students, an "in the know" friend recommended he call Creative Core, and the Ulupono program was born. Now in its third successful year, Ulupono offers students a collaborative educational experience which engages  them in real-world community-based projects.  Learn more about their project here: Ulupono Garden Project

W.S. Merwin Creative Teaching Fellowship

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Na Wai Ola Public Charter School

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