Life After Project Learn School
More than 400 students have graduated from Project Learn School since its founding in 1970. Students leave Project Learn School as reflective, resourceful, community-minded learners equipped with a solid foundation and skills that help them thrive in their continued education and future careers.
High School Placement
Project Learn School students attend a wide range of public and independent high schools such as Central High School, High School for Creative and Performing Arts and Science Leadership Academy. Learn more.
Check out some of the colleges and universities our alumni have attended.
Our alumni have gone on to work in fields such as business, science, medicine, education, social services and the arts. They carry with them the values of community, inclusivity, creativity and voice learned at PLS. Read our alumni newsletters to learn more.
"Project Learn taught me how to be a better colleague, manager, and peer. These are soft skills that are just not taught in traditional settings. I learned how to work across age groups, across seniority levels (e.g. student, teacher; boss, employee), and across perspectives. I also learned how to effectively solve problems: identify common problems; discuss options, opinions, and solutions; and come together for a solution or at least a path forward."
North Penn High School
New York University,
College of Arts and Science, Politics
University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education, Education Policy
Senior Research Associate, WestEd