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This article highlights various approaches for accommodating and promoting creativity in high school students. Although in the past studies have addressed fostering creativity in our educational systems, few have sought the informative voice of the young creators themselves. The focus of the present study is primarily on environmental determinants of creativity as perceived by 13 (7 male, 6 female) creative seniors selected from a Canadian metropolitan high school. A qualitative study guided bydoi:10.11575/ajer.v48i4.54945 fatcat:m5rmhuewsrh77dvqoag6higdye