Entrepreneurship

We’re big on entrepreneurship at the Workshop School.

It gives students an outlet for their amazing creativity. It teaches critical skills like advanced manufacturing, networking, communications, planning and budgeting. More than anything, it puts students in control of their work and their learning.

Entrepreneurship means a lot of different things in our school.

There’s Workshop Industries, our nationally known school-based business in which students design, make, and sell their own products. But there’s also the Entrepreneurship pathway, an opportunity for our seniors to work on design/build projects with real clients in the community.

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