Alumni Clubs

 A Club’s Creative Global Wisdom Exchanges

Students performing on stageFour students performing with instrumentsSonny Douglas with students in Lesotho.Gretchen Newcomb teaching students in Liberia

 The Full-Circle Learning Alumni Club, from Los Angeles, taught the habits-of heart through wisdom exchange. They turned the stories and letters of a Kenyan partner school into drama and dance, performed here at a Santa Monica.

In exchange, the alumni sent a blueprint for a Harmony House, below, a structure with unifying elements where musical harmony completes the metaphor and contributes to the serenity.

 Over a weekend spent in a mountain community, Full-Circle Leaning alumni studied bark beetle impacts, working with a global partner school to compare environmental concerns experienced in urban verses rural environments. 

Full-Circle Learning alumni have been instrumental in connecting the seams of the world.

 Sonny Douglas wanted to act on his convictions. After his 8th grade year, he spent a summer integrating Full-Circle Learning into his math tutoring experience in Mokhotlong Lesotho. He was younger than the students he taught!

 Full-Circle Learning home school alumni alumnus Gretchen Newcomb taught music and science to K-12 students in Liberia during her gap year. She is now studying opera and has a vibrant singing career.

 Like the others, Jade Romain was shaped by her childhood Full-Circle Learning experiences and wanted to give back. She traveled to Zambia and taught a class of preschoolers at Blessed Vale. She now has expertise in speech pathology and criminal justice sentencing.

Students standing in front of the art at the art show.Students sitting at the shoreline.Jade Romain with students in Zambia.

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