Students created their own toy alongside local pre-schoolers and write a story about what that toy does when no one is around.
Students created an art and music exhibition which explained the math concepts behind the trajectory of objects.
Students created owl boxes for predatory birds to live in near a new building on the HTHCV campus, to learn about the local environment and help deal with the school’s rodent problem.
Students learned about rotational volumes by cutting shapes into books and rotating the pages around the axis of the book spine to create a three dimensional shape.
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 explored the simplicity and limitless uses of a cardboard box and then built arcade games out of cardboard and other recycled materials.
The core purpose of this project was for students to develop a connection to the natural world, and examine the role of pollinators, and re-plant a school garden.
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.