Westmont High school introduces program to train students in 'real world problems'
WESTMONT – While preparing for the upcoming school year, Westmont High School has taken a new approach to its curriculum, putting a spin on one of its preparatory classes.
Starting this fall, WHS will offer a class called Changemakers, which focuses on allowing students to find a solution for social conflicts or “real world” problems.
Michelle Torrise, who created the course with help from Superintendent Kevin Carey and Principal Jack Baldermann, said Changemakers will be authentic and unique.
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