August 16, 2023
The last week of school means Term Project Week at BASIS Independent Bellevue! Term Project Week is an opportunity for students in all grades to work with their peers on multidisciplinary projects and to engage in a fun, new activity or trip with various grade levels. Students are grouped with Term Project Teachers for each project.
These projects challenge our students to be cooperative learners and to function as a team. We offer a variety of options, and strive to add new projects each year based on both faculty and student interest.
This summer, members of World Travel Club embarked on a voyage to England, France, and Italy. World Travel Club is led by our Latin and Classics Subject Expert Teacher, Mr. Hui-Peterson. Over the course of nine days, our students had the opportunity to immerse themselves in various European destinations. This expedition marked the inaugural European journey for many, making it a truly memorable experience.
“We visited many historical sites, which provided a hands-on experience not only in history but also in cooking, customs, and more,” said Mr. Hui-Peterson. “Our BASIS Independent Bellevue Mountaineers enjoyed the time they had to indulge in food and culture, and explore stumbling upon these magnificent sites as they walked through cities.”
The trip to Europe included six of our Subject Expert Teachers and several of our parents who helped guide our students around three different countries.
We look forward to the trips in 2024!