Contrary to what you may have heard on Oprah, not only do High Tech High students read books, but they actually produce books too. HTH students and faculty publish their work on websites and in books, because we believe that an important step in the learning process is presenting one’s work to an authentic audience. It is also how we hold ourselves accountable for the work that we do. Help the High Tech High accountability effort by purchasing books below.
Tidepool Explorer Guide
In Tidepool Treasures: An Explorer’s Guide, 1st graders explain phenomena related to the tides, reveal natural treasures of the tidepool habitat, and explain how to explore tidepools responsibly.
Within the pages of Pandora’s Book, 52 science fiction stories are held captive. Each story was captured in its natural habitat: the author’s imagination.
Dolly and the Six Pack Ring
Written by Rayna Kim. Illustrated by Aja Loyd. Students of Jill Dalinkus at High Tech High Chula Vista.
Cruzando Fronteras: Crossing Borders through Bilingual Poetry is a poetry anthology by freshman Spanish students at HTH which explores the theme of crossing borders through art and spoken word poetry.
A High Tech High project from the class of 2010. Created in the Fall 2009 Semester, this book covers an array of topics from Andrew Gloag’s senior physics class.
In December 2012, students in Mr. Simon’s 11th grade humanities class were asked to tell the story of a personal experience that crystallized what they’ve had to overcome to be who they are today.