"Story is the wisdom that can guide you to your true destiny--both temporal and spiritual. All of the great myths, legends, and fairy tales have that power. If you understand their secrets, they can guide you to a full realization of your self. Great stories are designed to guide us to our full potential and are as necessary to our well-being as fresh air."
-James Bonnet, author Stealing Fire From the Gods.
This year we are excited to share this special peek into the culture, people and projects that form the stories of HTH. Coming to you in many forms, we begin with pictures below and look forward to sharing often. Enjoy! – Kaleb
Be sure to stop by the annual Sweets and Treats Bake Sale. Cash only. If you would like to donate baked goods or volunteer, please sign up here.
Also be sure to visit a participating Liberty Station restaurant for dinner before Exhibition.
A portion of the proceeds from the following restaurants will be donated back to HTH.
20% from Five Guys ()
20% from Smoothie Rider (located at Public Market) ()
20% from Luna Grill ()
20% from Primos Mexican Food (on Laning Road by Starbucks) ()
10-20% from Panera (based on participation) ()
And bring your box tops to Exhibition! We will have a collection jar at the front desk.
Attention HTH Alunmi - My name is Anais Ovanessoff and I am a senior student on Margaret Egler's and Lora ChauDavis' team. Our class is hosting an Alumni Gathering (with bagels and coffee included) on in the main commons. We're focusing on alumni from the classes of 2007 and 2012, but all Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High alumni are invited! If you have any children that have graduated and are available to attend, we would love for them to come and speak about their experiences at High Tech High and life after high school. To RSVP, please have them and fill out this short survey below if they are able to attend!
Koffee with Kaleb 9th Grade Teacher Mike Strong will talk to us about "Exhibition and Curation" Coffee and pastries will be served.
News about Exhibition - Read important information from our director Kaleb about exhibition night by clicking here.
FUNdrive 2018 - Consider making a special gift of support to our school. All donations go to support the projects, field experiences, and equipment.
- $20 could buy pencils and notepads for a full class
- $100 could cover paint, brushes and materials
- $200 could buy a full class set of novels
- $500 could cover the transportation, fees, and meals for a full class for a field experience
- $1000 could cover the cost to create a professional painting
- $2000 could cover a teacher’s full year project and design budget
- $5000 could buy a Computer Network Controlled Router for engineering and physics
Please remember to designate your gift specifically to Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High. When making a general donation, remember HTH will receive an additional $50,000 when we reach a total goal of $100,000, so spread the word.
Will you make a gift to help support our students’ projects? Visit this URL to make a gift directly: https://donatenow.ne
If you would like to learn more about our Year End FUNdrive, other student projects, or how you can be more involved please, contact me directly at email@example.com.
We look forward to having you at Winter Exhibition on
Peace, love and light,
Do you shop at Target, Starbucks, Amazon or Ralphs? If so, you could be earning free money for High Tech High. If you shop at Target or Starbucks, use the Benefit app to purchase a gift card. If you shop at Amazon, use the link on the Parent Association website. If you shop at Ralphs, sign up for Escrip.
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