Alternative Education | Bethesda MD
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  • One of the hallmarks of Mysa is interdisciplinary learning. Through hands-on projects that bring tog

  • If that sounds like a class you’d like to take, you’re not alone. For the lucky students at Mysa, Th

  • Everyone is trying to get their kids off screens these days. It’s hard to cajole them with Moby Dick

  • Because of our unique and personalized approach, Mysa was able to quickly pivot to distance learning

  • Mysa students went on a three-day trip to study the Chesapeake Bay at the Karen Noonan Center (KNC).

  • Did you know that Mysa has a makerspace? Students use tools, code, learn robotics and more. Right no

  • Following a heavy science and math unit, our third Connect Unit was a study of Shakespearean

  • Last Friday, Mysa students caught the J2 bus from our Bethesda campus to the bus stop on East West H

  • There are a vast number of traditions in education that continue, not based on any hard evidence, bu

  • Our second Connect Unit focused on the causes, effects, and issues relating to Climate Change.

  • Mark Twain wrote, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of o

  • Following a heavy science and math unit, our third Connect Unit was a study of Shakespearean

  • As citizens of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, students in this place based Connect unit

  • The immigration policy of Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) dominated

  • The final Connect unit of the 2017-18 school year connected multiple conversations on food