“Let’s make it work” is the unofficial motto of Making Community Connections (MC2) Charter School, and with good reason. It speaks to the group effort, challenges, and ultimate success that is the goal for every student. As high school students prepare for the unknown challenges of adulthood, it is that collaborative optimism that helps them feel ready for whatever life will throw at them.

The competency-based model at MC2, along with their “let’s make it work” attitude, helped the staff and students to adapt to COVID-related challenges over the past three years. While most traditional schools were learning how to execute remote learning and personalize student experiences en masse, MC2 staff and students already had the experience:

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