Working toward the conservation of
​       our wildlife and natural resources 

The Jubilee School Project is a collaboration with the University of the Sciences and the Jubilee School. 

The Jubilee School is an independent primary school located in Philadelphia, PA. With a mission to provide an environment in which children build upon their wealth of creative, intellectual, spiritual, social, physical and cultural resources, students build a sense of hope and responsibility, and a knowledge of their power to affect change in our community and the world.

Fifth and sixth grade students learned about sustainability and calculated Jubilee School's ecological footprint. They attended the Philadelphia Science Festival (Spring 2011) and spoke about the project and what they had learned.

Jason A. Porter, Visiting Instructor of Biology and Microbiology
Department of Biological Sciences
University of the Sciences ( 

Karen Falcon, Founder and Director
Rose Levine, Teacher
Jubilee School (

PROJECT: Ecological Footprint - The Jubilee School Project


10:42 minute documentary

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