Origins High School is a district public school that prepares students for success in college by building on strengths and being attentive to individual needs. We make it a priority to know students and families well through our advisory program. Our inquiry-based curriculum asks students to develop questions, conduct research, and prepare in-depth projects that exhibit their learning. Origins’ challenging liberal arts education is grounded in small group work, reading analysis, and an emphasis on writing. Students present portfolios of work to panels of teachers and community members twice a year and as a graduation requirement. At Origins, we graduate students that are active, confident learners and problem-solvers.
Register to Attend Roundtables!!
Our Roundtable presentations are scheduled so as to allow 9th grade students time to acclimate themselves to the demands of presenting their work to an audience. 9th grade students will present two Roundtables in December (Math and Physics), with three Roundtables in March (English, History, and Art), and all subjects presented in June. 10th grade students will present at Roundtables over two days in four of the subject areas in December and all of their subject areas in March. Please click on the following link to register for Roundtables:
Roundtables Registration Link
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