A Full-Time Program for Teens
Combining Homeschooling and School
Princeton Learning Cooperative combines the most valuable parts of school—peers, classes, and mentors—with personalized attention and the freedom to choose what and how you learn.
A lot happens during a day at PLC
Mentoring, community, classes...
A better future is waiting
Hear how our teen members create paths that work for...
Part of a larger movement
Share your time and talents with a teen
If you are interested to explore possibilities at PLC, be in touch with Joel at 609-851-2522 or email@example.com for more information and a tour of our space.
Wednesday, April 12, 7-8pm eastern
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If you’ve chosen an alternative to high school, is college the logical next step? Whether to apply and more options to consider.
As self-directed learners, we face two interesting questions at the same time: How to prepare for college admissions as a non-traditional applicant, and whether higher education is even necessary.
In this 45-minute presentation, Blake Boles will share stories, principles, and research related to these tricky questions, followed by an open Q&A to dive into more specific questions and concerns.
Blake Boles is the author of College Without High School, Better Than College, and Why Are You Still Sending Your Kids to School? Learn more at blakeboles.com.
This is an online event via Zoom. Please register at Eventbrite to receive the sign-on information. Pay what you want donations help us defray the cost of the event.
Organized by the Liberated Learners network.
The loss of free play and what it means for our children
Tuesday, April 18, 6:30-8:30pm eastern
Location: Solley Theater, Arts Council of Princeton, 102 Witherspoon St, Princeton, NJ 08542.
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Chasing Childhood is a documentary that explores a phenomenon affecting kids from a broad range of socioeconomic backgrounds– free play and independence have all but disappeared, supplanted by relentless perfectionism and record high anxiety and depression. Unsupervised play builds critical life skills: grit, independence, and resourcefulness. Though children may appear more accomplished on paper, by the time they get to college they often struggle, lacking the emotional tools to navigate young adulthood. The film explores how we got here and potential solutions that might empower our kids.
Tickets are $7 and must be purchased through Eventbrite. There will be no tickets sold at the door. There is limited street parking available near the Arts Council of Princeton. Parking is also available a block away at the Spring Street Garage, 28 Spring Street, Princeton, NJ.
This is an in-person event co-hosted by Princeton Learning Cooperative, Princeton Fusion Academy, Painted Oak Nature School, Creekside Homeschool Learning Cooperative, Raritan Learning Cooperative, Root and Wild, and Bucks Learning Cooperative.