The Mosaic Program is for juniors and seniors who are interested in an alternative to the traditional classroom experience. Traditionally, students who are strong candidates for the program are:
- independent, original thinkers
- intellectually curious, creative or unique
- interested in the arts and creative expression
- motivated by 'real life' learning experiences
- committed to having a voice and making a difference
Imagine spending your junior and senior years learning through hands-on activities, interactions with guest speakers, and explorations of our city. Live your education by enrolling in Mosaic, a half-day humanities program located in downtown Columbus that invites students from all over Franklin County to breathe life into their academic studies. Utilizing inquiry-based methodologies to facilitate college readiness, Mosaic prides itself on celebrating each student by creating a community that supports and encourages every voice in the room. Students will also focus on “real world” skills needed to succeed beyond graduation such as collaborative and leadership skills, as well as internship and Capstone project skills. Mosaic is taught by an English and Social Studies facilitator to create a cross-content learning experience unique in Columbus.
Informational meetings are held annually during the early spring and applications and interviews conducted in March and April. Students accepted into the program are typically notified during the first week of May.
To learn more about the program, the Mosaic Program has created an informational video that students and families can watch by clicking HERE