Sunset, Sunrise. The year-end meal was much like the year itself: Try new things, share stories and food, and laugh. As the "Tech + Entrepreneurship" class got together for a last hurrah before going our separate ways, the mood was jovial but bittersweet....read more
The "Intro to Programming" class looks a bit different this year. Rather than following a typical ItP format that spends the majority of time solving "problems" that have no meaning to the student, we are focusing on learning the code necessary to solve...read more
Are you a business? Technically we're an "EdCorp" or Education Corporation. That means we are a business that is ran inside of a school classroom. We provide real world learning opportunities for high school students through the creation of websites and presenting at...read more
We received our pack of Ship It activities in the mail from the folks at Real World Scholars. Students have been busy leafing through, picking out their favorites that they'd like to do themselves. I'm not forcing any of my Grit9 students to do them, it's...read more
Six brave souls have volunteered to deliver a 5 minute Ignite speech on a topic of their choice; 20 slides, 15 seconds each auto-advanced. On Monday, Mr. Suter delivered his Ignite ("Apathy for Apathetics"). Thursday, six students volunteered into the limelight....read more
We’re a business within a school.
Grit 9 provides services like designing websites. We can help make a affordable and beautiful website for your company.
Is your current site a little…dated? We can help. Whether putting on a new coat of paint, or building from the ground up, we’ll make you look good.
Building young professionals, not just websites.
The best part of working with Grit9? You can have confidence that you are getting more than a website. You’re helping young people shed the moniker of student, and put on their new title of “young professional”.
Not satisfied with any part of our work or process? Don’t pay us. Or pay us less. Just make it right and don’t patronize students doing sub-par work. It encourages mediocrity and we’re not into giving participation trophies.