Advantage students learn through collaborative, project-based learning by working in the community with business, government, and nonprofit organizations on authentic projects. They apply academic learning and refine employability skills. Students also explore careers in their area of interest, expanding their network and learning through doing. This program awards one credit per semester.
Advantage Leaders: Lindsey Hyman, EDGE Coordinator and Erika Wolfe, Business Teacher, BHS
More About Our EDGE Advantage Program
This course allows students to select projects that align with their interests. Students select projects from a Trello project board and update the board as they complete their project. Meetings with other Advantage students are held once a week to discuss progress and allow for collaboration. Please view the Trello Project board at the link below to view current projects.
If you'd like to submit a project, click on this link, or call or email Lindsey Hyman to submit your project idea!
Authentic EDGE Projects
As EDGE leaders, we are always looking for authentic projects that support community partners and encourage student learning. Organizations can submit potential projects for EDGE students to the Boone EDGE program at any time using our project proposal form. Potential projects are placed on a project board, and EDGE advisors and students review new projects to match student interest and talents with the organization’s needs.