Honda’s Eagle Rock School Launches New Videos and Website
Honda has announced that the Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center in Estes Park, Colorado, is launching a new web site (eaglerockschool.com) and video series highlighting its mission to engage at-risk youth in their own education.
Honda established Eagle Rock in 1991 as a year-round, residential and full-scholarship high school for students who have been unable to succeed in traditional school settings. Eagle Rock Professional Development Center, located on the same 640-acre mountainside campus, works with high school educators and administrators across America to help them create engaging educational experiences for their own classrooms.
One of the new videos provides a good look at how Eagle Rock works to enrich the education and lives of students:
Eagle Rock School has a current enrollment of 72 students, aged 15 to 17, all of whom were performing poorly in their traditional educational environments, but had a desire to take control of their lives and learning. The typical Eagle Rock classroom has two instructors and just 10 students.
“Through the strength of our on-campus community, we’re able to connect with each of our students in unique and meaningful ways—and help students re-engage in their own education,” said head of school Jeff Liddle. “Our sole purpose for existing—re-engaging youth in their own education—drives us toward a new vision for schooling where all students are productively engaged in their own education while simultaneously making a positive difference in the world.”
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Students who are interested in Eagle Rock are encouraged to visit the admissions page.