The Walden Project

The Walden Project is a public school program serving students in grades 10-12.  Run out of Vergennes Union High School with support and guidance from The Willowell Foundation, The Walden project provides students a rigorous curriculum that emphasizes writing, philosophy, environmental studies, while supporting student centered-inquiry.  The program is modeled on Henry David Thoreau’s sojourn to Walden Pond where he immersed himself in his ecology to deepen his sense of self, society, and the natural world. To that end, students are encouraged to follow and pursue their own areas of interest with support and guidance from the staff.

The Walden Project is proud of its association with Addison Northwest Supervisory Union and  public education.

Learning Deliberately: The Walden Project from andrea grayson on Vimeo.

 

 

Walden: Redefining Public Education by Jennifer Jordan and Abby Sophir of Ithaca College, fall 2012.


“Learning with the Land” preview of feature-length film by Walden alumna Julia Walsh, 2012.

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