A Grand Rapids-area high school using flying to interest students in science and engineering. An Ann Arbor school with no textbooks and lots of hands-on learning. A high-poverty Detroit school with students dual-enrolled at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
June 2014 News
It’s the combination of aviation with a more traditional high school curriculum that attracts students to West Michigan Aviation, a charter high school in Grand Rapids in front of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Dr. Tim Royer, with Neurocore, says it is recognized by the medical community as a natural, alternative treatment for ADHD, anxiety and sleep concerns, neurofeedback also provides the benefit of raising IQ scores by an average of 12 points.
ArtPrize 2014’s sixth exhibition and $560,000 competition will be bigger than its fifth.