The Seven Hills School
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09.2019
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The Seven Hills School applied for and received a grant from the EE Ford Foundation to design and launch a series of immersive seminars focused around some of the most pressing issues facing humanity.

The Seven Hills School

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Copywriting
Photography
Videography
Details
The Seven Hills School applied for and received a grant from the EE Ford Foundation to design and launch a series of immersive seminars focused around some of the most pressing issues facing humanity.
The Civic Engagement Seminars will take place during the Upper School’s May term, an experiential learning opportunity that takes place during the week after formal classes and exams come to an end. All grant recipients must submit a video describing the challenges their project hopes to solve.
We worked with Seven Hills to develop a story-board and outline following the leadership team’s process of designing the Civic Engagement Seminars. We interviewed the teachers and students involved in the design process and shot b-roll footage of students engaging in activities and discussions on significant cultural, political, and environmental issues.
The resulting video not only highlights how Seven Hills intends to leverage the EE Ford Foundation’s generosity, but also captures the ethos of the Seven Hills community by displaying the twin values of Seven Hills’s mission: educate and prepare both the hearts and minds of students to meet the challenges of the modern era.
“Working with BS was a pure joy. The professionalism that Ben and Seb and their team had was some of the best I have seen. Their attention to detail and the quality of their work was pure perfection”—Margo Kirstein, Director of Development
“I found your group easy to work with. I appreciated the questions that were sent in advance. There was a lot of attention to detail that impressed me. You responded well to suggestions for edits to the video..” —Nick Francis, Director of Experiential Learning
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