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Film screening: "Most Likely To Succeed"

[fa icon="calendar"] 5/10/17 5:35 PM / by Blyth-Templeton Academy

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MostLikelyToSucceed 2-1.jpg“ ‘Most Likely To Succeed’  is the best film ever done on the topic of school — both its past and its future. The film inspires… audiences with a sense of purpose and possibility, and is bringing school communities together in re-imagining what our students and teachers are capable of doing.

… After seeing this film, you’ll never look at school the same way again.” - MLTS.org


Winner of over 25 prestigious film awards from Sundance to Tribeca to AFI, Newtown, and SXSW, this 89-minute documentary will inspire you to rethink how students (really) learn and think in new ways about what schools and communities can do to effect positive change. 


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Date/Time: Thursday, June 1, 2017, 7 p.m.

Location: Miracle Theater, 535 8th St SE, Washington, DC 20003

Host: Blyth-Templeton Academy

Tickets: FREE. Seating is limited so advance reservations are requested. Groups welcome!

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Topics: learning community

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Blyth-Templeton Academy is an experiential micro school located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. It offers an academically rigorous 9-12th-grade high school curriculum designed to foster intellectual curiosity through active learning and community exploration. The small class sizes ensure that each student has a front row seat in classes with an average size of 8. Our model combines a warm, inviting atmosphere with great teaching that allows our students to flourish. Schedule a visit soon.

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