Senior Hernan Rincon began working at the planetarium at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History last fall as a part of the Creativity, Activity, and Service internship program. “At the very beginning, I wanted something physics-based,” he noted, “But there weren’t any lab opportunities at the time at Case Western Reserve University.” When he couldn’t…Details
At MHS, students are given the freedom to take responsibility for their education. From their daily experiences to their diploma options, MHS students are given opportunities to make choices. Students feel a sense of ownership of their education, which directly impacts their engagement with the school community, institutions in University Circle, and the world.