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Saber Showcase Extends Learning Beyond the Classroom

DECEMBER 28, 2018 - I’m Natalie Reber, a student at Shakopee High School in the Arts and Communications Academy. SHS Student


Last year, I had the opportunity to participate in the Shakopee CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies) Digital Design Program and show my work to the community at the Saber Showcase.


In the CAPS Program, we worked on client projects with business partners throughout the community. My client was Canterbury Park. I got the chance to design a logo and various promotions for their horse racing events.


Saber Showcase is an opportunity for students to share their work with the community and to give the community insight on what they’re working on in class.


By coming to the Saber Showcase on Wednesday, January 9 from 4-6pm, you can support students and see the projects they’ve done in their classes. I’d like to thank the community for having many courses open to students as well as a space where we can learn.


Being able to get involved with the community while being in school is a great way to explore outside of the high school and go beyond the classroom.