Microsociety, Inc.

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13 S 3rd St, Suite 500
Philadelphia, PA 19106
About Microsociety, Inc.
  • In a world that demands preparation to add value with increasing complexity, MicroSociety students have years of experience solving real world problems, thinking critically, collaborating in diverse teams and connecting subject matter and experiences in ways that foster creativity. From the time they enter the building each day, they are citizens aiming to achieve sustainable change in their world and ours. Graduates are more than college and career ready, they are innovation ready, equipped to take on global challenges and what’s more, they are intrinsically motivated to learn new knowledge and skills and to create new jobs when existing careers disappear.
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  • The MicroSociety Model

    With MicroSociety, school is society, a thriving, modern-day, mini-metropolis—complete with a government center, entrepreneurial hub, non-profit organizations, consumer marketplace, University and community gathering spaces—created and managed by students and facilitated by teachers and... Read more