Project-Based Learning

Our Project Based Learning activities teach students how to tackle real-world challenges.  Each activity begins with a guiding question to focus students on gaining more knowledge and critically think with their peers. The result of this collaboration produces a useful product or service to communicate to an audience.

Level: 6-8

PBL: Stewardship

Students will identify and address an environmental concern in the community as a part of God calling us to be a steward of His creation. Level: 6-8 Download ... Read More...

PBL: The Beatitudes

In 6th grade, students study the Sermon on the Mount, focusing on the Beatitudes. They learn about the heart of Jesus through studying the Beatitudes. Using the... Read More...

PBL: Solidarity Project

It is common for students to study the religions of the world. They explore the importance of inter-faith dialogue in a contemporary setting, and learn about th... Read More...

PBL: Feed The Hungry Project

Each year, your students collect canned foods to send to a local food bank. You teach your 8th grade students about the Corporal Works of Mercy and pray for tho... Read More...

Video: PBL – What Is It?

Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to ... Read More...

PBL: Global Service

This project-based learning activity asks students to promote the efforts of organizations dedicated to the Church’s mission on Earth. First they will research ... Read More...