Thirteen LHS students on January 15 traveled to Cleveland Museum of Art to participate in the museum's Teen Summit. Summit participants learned about how museums work and the processes that happen behind the scenes to make an exhibition come to life. Through the creation and final product of a miniature 3-D exhibition, students went through a full design process in which they learned how to generate, prototype, and present ideas. Participants worked on communication skills, teamwork, and creative problem-solving. Thanks to teacher Autumn Sabin for connecting our students with this opportunity!