As he sits there, looking at the stocks before him, he knows this skill could be very valuable later in his life. After thinking it over, senior Chase Allen decides which stock he wants to trade, and with whom. Unlike the majority of teenagers, who spend their time trying to finish their English essay or tweeting to their best friend after school.
For most Johnson seniors, college acceptance letters have been received, schools have been decided upon, and the next four years can be expected to be spent in a dorm, in a college library, and over stacks of homework. But, there are some students who have chosen to take entirely different paths, and there are even a few students who are simply choosing to go with the flow and let that path find them.
Adrian Viccellio and Justin Felux, two world history teachers, decided that this year, they want to take students’ learning outside the classroom by offering them a once-in-a-lifetime chance to go to China.