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GRA Hosts Winter Term Carnival for Students

GRA Hosts Winter Term Carnival for Students

Grand River Academy students will now have new courses available to study during the month of January on (and off) campus! GRA’s Winter Term will provide students with the opportunity to learn and gain credit while fully immersing themselves in a given educational topic.

During the month of January, between the first and second semester, students can choose two, two-week courses that are designed to not only have students learn within the classroom but also the community and even the world.

A recent carnival was held where students were able to pick from a variety of courses. Topics ranged from financial literacy to food and culture. Check out the pictures from the event!

Below are the courses that are being offered for GRA’s inaugural Winter Term:

Anatomy and Physiology: A crash course in how the human body works.
Culture and Food: learn about different cultures through their unique food histories. Students will visit local ethnic restaurants and learn to prepare meals from all around the world.
Fitness and Nutrition: become a fitness guru while learning about healthy nutrition. Students will tour numerous gyms in the area as well as begin their own fitness regime.
Fun with Forensics: Learn the science and basics behind forensic study. 
Game Theory: Explore behaviors of humans as they interact. Students will learn why shows like 'The Gong Show could be so successful by analyzing and predicting behavior based on human patterns.
Giving Back: Experience the joy of helping others in the local community with this two week volunteer program.
International Study: GRA faculty will incorporate learning about different cultures that culminates in a trip to Ireland and London.
Literature and the Holocaust: Students will learn about the Holocaust and even meet a Holocaust survivor before taking a trip to the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC.
Money Matters: Students will gain fiscal awareness, money management, debt prevention, and everything else needed to know about personal finances before heading to college.
Science, Science, Science: Discover your inner Scientist! Through experiments on campus and travel to Northeast Ohio’s science centers where students will have fun while gaining exposure to the scientific world.
Sports Coaching Methodology: Go beyond being an armchair quarterback and learn how to become a coach!
Twilight Zone: Help build reading comprehension through a fun filled horror and mystery course.
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