Under the guidance of a mentor each student works on an individual project two afternoons per week for the course of the school year. A mentors is responsible for helping the student acquire relevant knowledge, develop tangible skills, and achieve specific goals related to the student’s project. Mentors are drawn from the Link staff or the local community where a sizable group of Christian Scientists live and work.
Projects can focus on: musical instruments, fine arts, photography, videography, carpentry, auto repair, robotics, climbing, gardening, cooking, fly-fishing, firefighting/search and rescue, kayaking, horseback riding and training, etc.
The Link School has a corral and horses that are available for students to work with.