The Unstoppable Schools Project

Inspiring the next generation of environmental leaders through project-based learning.

Chasing Coral partnered with the Charleston County School District in South Carolina to launch the Unstoppable Schools Project. High school students formed small Research & Action Teams to tackle environmental issues in their own community.

Students in Action

  • 1500+ students experienced Chasing Coral

 

  • 400+ students engaged in Unstoppable Projects

 

  • 7 schools participated across the district

“Even after we graduate, the information gained from this project will help us continue to be a voice for reform in our society.”
– Unstoppable Student, Wando High School
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With Chasing Coral’s own coral nerds as the inspiration, students across Charleston investigated local environmental challenges, took action, and publicly exhibited their work to raise awareness.

1.

The Spark

A screening of Chasing Coral sparks student curiosity. 

2.

The Project

Student groups identify a local environmental challenge to investigate.

3.

The Partner

Students partner with community mentors to support their project’s real world application.

4.

The Exhibition

Students publicly exhibit their findings to drive others to take positive action. 

All-star projects

Teams of students developed and investigated their own driving questions about local environmental issues.

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Responsible Schools Challenge

West Ashley High School

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Advance The Community Challenge 

Wando High School

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Arts As Action Challenge 

R. B. Stall High School

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Connect The Dots Challenge 

James Island Charter High School

Bring it to your school

“I can definitely tell that students are better able to bring the content of the class to their lives because they see that science is something that is happening around them all the time.”
–Zakariya-Shaith Musallam, Educator at Daniel Jenkins Academy

Help us grow the program by bringing Unstoppable Schools to your district.