Student-centered learning engages students in their own success—and incorporates their interests and skills into the learning process. Students support each others progress and celebrate success.

Examples of students taking ownership over their learning include:


Envision Schools

At Envision Schools, students are matched with successful college graduates in career areas of interest, learning to use their skills to meet workplace demands.

Pittsfield Middle-High School

At Pittsfield Middle-High School in New Hampshire, students take the reign of traditional parent-teacher conferences. Students take the lead role in presentations that articulate academic, personal and social growth.