One of my fondest memories of Clanmore, of which there are many, was of my son’s Viking project. It illustrated the incredible love of learning fostered at Clanmore. Christopher produced the entire project using the Runic alphabet, the alphabet of the Vikings, including the title and his name.  This was completely self-motivated. There wasn’t a rubric scale to be adhered to, which opened the door to creativity, imagination, and intellectual curiosity. Christopher’s passion for the Vikings was celebrated for thinking outside of the box and left him feeling proud and willing to take risks.