Congressional School Blog

Service Learning: Students Work Shift at Food for Others Warehouse

The students worked a 2-hour shift at the non-profit's warehouse where they sorted and packaged food and made over 300 Power Packs (weekend food for students in need). 

Strong Study Habits

By Suzanne Burns

The Expression of Color

Helping 8th Graders Find the "Right-Fit" High School

When Art Makes a Difference

By Sarah Philip

Building Rollercoasters

Putting Newton's Laws into Motion in Seventh Grade

Follow the Children's Lead

A Path to Being a Passionate Educator

Impromptu Science

Helping 8th Graders Find the "Right-Fit" High School

Professional Development at Congressional School

Written By: Brent Hinrichs, Associate Head of School and Director of Lower and Middle School

Project Based Learning

by Denise Yassine, 5th and 6th Grade History Teacher

Art Multiplication

Multi-disciplinary learning, blending learning between subjects, is of the strategies that Congressional takes to instill a deeper understanding of a topic for our students. When Mrs. Brock, our middle school art teacher, saw one of the