Students read plays by three Greek writers before adapting them into an onstage version following themes of genocide, war, refugees, and the treatment of women.
Students worked in groups to research and define an aspect of blood physiology, blood banking, or blood-related diseases before creating multimedia art pieces using what they had learned.
Students read about and researched issues related to agriculture and biology before working in groups to create large mobile planters for kindergarteners to learn from.
Students created an art and music exhibition which explained the math concepts behind the trajectory of objects.
Students built weather balloons and rockets in order to learn more about Astro-photography and Earth Science in an attempt to start their own HTH NASA.
Students created art pieces and accompanying posters inspired by the quote “If a staircase goes somewhere, it is craft; if it goes nowhere, it’s art.”
Students wrote pieces of poetry and conducted interviews to be included in different field guides about the San Diego bay.
Calculicious was a cross-curricular project at High Tech High, where seniors were engaged in using calculus to make and describe art.
Students conducted research and interviews about a specific molecule and its role in history. The information they gathered was used to create art pieces for a book on the different compounds.
Students documented their own physics experiments in order to fight gravity using kites, balloons, and other flying objects of their own creation.