Dear S and P,
Greetings ... and thank you for the introduction, S! Greetings, P.
World University and School, like Wikipedia with MIT OCW, with free degrees planned would indeed like to become the Harvard / MIT of the Internet, - with wiki schools for open teaching and learning, as one wing, in all 7,106 languages (where Wikipedia is in at least 300 languages, and they just have built and developed an online multi-lingual database) and with MIT OCW-centric free (since C.C. - Creative Commons' licensed - and which is in 8 non-English languages) degrees in large languages, as the other wing, plus much more. And WUaS has the green light to accredit a) in the state of California and b) with the same organization that accredits Stanford and Berkeley and about 160 other colleges in California, and some around the world.
And in addition to participating in Village University, WUaS would enjoy reaching out especially to high achieving high school students in the Concord area, who might be interested in free and MIT undergraduate degrees - http://scottmacleod.com/worlduniversityandschool.html.
My plans are still uncertain about attending "Village University," S, unfortunately missing the Carlisle high school event and your filming P.
That would be great if you posted video you took of the Concord "Village University" and high school events. It could be interesting possibly to explore remixes with this as well. Here's World University and School's beginning Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/WorldUnivandSch - mostly with videos from WUaS's open hour -long monthly business meeting, as well as the "Information Technology and the Network Society" course I taught both in Google + Hangouts (and on Harvard's virtual Island in Second Life) last autumn most recently.
How to inform WUaS with a Ffriendly / Stanford / creative and playful science and STEM learning ethos, with inter-lingual and all-language knowledge generative academic conversation?
( ... writing this while attending a FAHE - FCE Quaker conference at Haverford College in Pennsylvania, which may attract some of the highest achievers among Friends' colleges).