Watershed School is an uncommon school that fosters academic excellence and upstanding character through an innovative, rigorous, and effective experiential college prep curriculum. Our students experience adventure and wonder as they learn by doing and engage in complex, in-depth and abstract thoughts in written, oral and artistic forms.
Watershed School is hosting the Boulder-famous Firefly Holiday Markets on November 29 & 30th. This free community event will offer great handmade crafts from over 90 indie artisans. Come in after Thanksgiving to purchase your holiday gifts and celebrate the creativity of the Boulder craft community!
Hours are 10am-6pm on Saturday, November 29 and 11am-5pm on Sunday, November 30. For more information, visit www.fireflyhandmade.com.
Watershed School is proud to host two national conferences on educational innovation in June 2015. These events, which will draw educators from across the country to Boulder, reflects Watershed’s emerging status as a thought leader and nationally recognized innovator.
On June 7-9, Watershed will host Traverse. This event is geared towards teachers and teacher-leaders, with a focus on making schools more like real-life. Watershed is collaborating with the Wonder, by Design educational collaborative, the CWRA+ national assessment, and the nationally recognized Catlin Gabel School to design this hands-on experience. We’ll hear from nationally recognized speakers, share ideas in salon discussions, and go off campus to experience hands-on ways of learning first-hand. For more information, visit www.traverseconference.org.
From June 22-25, Watershed will co-host the Trailblazer Conference, a conference geared toward school leaders with an emphasis on leading innovation in schools. A collaboration between Watershed and Leadership+Design, a 501c3 nonprofit that works to create a new culture of school leadership, the Trailblazer Conference will bring school leaders from across the country to Watershed’s campus for four days. We’ll discuss the challenges of innovation, meet with guest innovators from the Boulder community, study creative problem-solving, and work on the interpersonal and interpersonal challenges of leading change. For more information, visit www.trailblazerconference.org.