CLICK HERE to read our latest media feature on the online publication VoyageLA, whose mission is to "build a platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions and those that make our city interesting." In doing so, VoyageLA wants "the stories we share to help give our big city a little bit of that small town community charm, where people know each other and their stories at a deeper, more personal level."
PS1 has a new spotlight in the Santa Monica Daily Press! The article features the school's 50th anniversary and its steadfast commitment to Pluralism in education. CLICK HERE to read the article.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: LIFE AFTER PS1
We welcomed back 14 PS1 alumni on Oct. 12 for our annual Life After PS1 event. Students from a range of high schools (public and independent) returned to talk about their experiences in middle and high school, discuss how PS1 set the foundation for their education, and share how they continue to be #PS1inspired. The audience was moved by their personification of PS1's Portrait of a Graduate.
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Alumnus Farid Adibi credits his early education at PS1 Pluralistic School for his academic and professional ambitions, his leadership skills, and the formation of his media company “Left-Middle-Right,” which offers multiple perspectives on contemporary issues. Now a junior at George Washington University, Farid reflects on his time at PS1...
In the Blue Class, students brainstormed ways to reduce emissions and created colorful protest signs (pictured above) about their favorite ideas. Students chanted, "Global Climate Strike" as they protested and marched around their classroom.