How can we become more informed and active global citizens?Global Experience at MKA empowers students to think critically about and cultivate empathy for the communities beyond our walls and to gain the skills necessary to be more informed, ethical, and active global citizens.
All 9th grade students take a semester-long Global Citizenship course, where they grapple with important global issues and consider how they can learn from and work with communities around the globe to affect positive change.
In Socratic Seminars, 4th Grade students discuss literature written from a variety of global perspectives and identify key issues that communities face around the world.
Pre-Kindergarten students participate in a Reggio Emilia-inspired interdisciplinary exploration of Ghanaian culture (or habitat, homes, and animals) through folktales, dance, and art.
Global Experience Student Leaders