“Amistad” was a digital magazine co-created by teenagers separated by a border yet bonded through journalistic pursuits covering art, food, photo essays, music, and more.
A car show and presentation helped HTH students gain a deeper understanding of local Chicano, San Diego and Mexican car club histories and their influence on popular culture.
Ten HTHNC freshmen were selected for the San Diego County Fair Student Showcase, which is the competitive exhibit where teachers in middle schools, high schools, and community colleges enter their students’ work.
HTH students are learning the design process from ideation to fabrication. They are accomplishing this through woodworking. Building a wooden box is a precursor to building wooden furniture.
This project was conducted as part of UCSD’s CLEAR CAICE program for the research of aerosols, in conjunction with HTHNC.
Since becoming interim CEO, Dr. Kaleb Rashad has been spending time with students, teachers, and directors across all 16 HTH campuses. Kaleb has often been accompanied by Chief Learning Officer Janie Griswold, and HTH Board Chair Gary Jacobs.