Creating Space

Like most people I know, I’m deep into the World Cup right now. There’s so much I love about soccer, but my favorite thing is that games often turn on where the ball isn’t. You can actually watch green space shift and move around the pitch as a match...

Diversity, equity, and nextgen learning

Philadelphia, where our school is located, has the dubious distinction of being on two top-ten lists you don’t want to be on: it is one of the most racially segregated cities in the nation and one of its most economically divided. And it has plenty of company: New...

Students prepare for final presentations at Wharton

Please join us the week of June 7-10 for the Fourth Quarter Exhibitions. As the fourth term of the school year comes to a close our students will present their work and projects to their peers, parents, guardians, and community members. We hope you will be part of...

Support the 9th Grade Play, Roman & Julie!

Roman & Julie, a Philadelphia love story Written, organized, and performed by Workshop School 9th graders! Curio Theatre, 4740 Baltimore Ave. Friday, June 3, 2016 10-11:30am, Admission $3-10 6-7:30pm, Admission $8-20 Reserve tickets today: online RSVP or call Ms....

Beginning with Trust

The Workshop School has a very different vibe than most Philadelphia Public Schools. As a graduate student this year, I have had the opportunity to visit many schools in the area–public, charter, and private. The only school that I have visited this year that...