Have a safe, happy and healthy summer! School resumes August 31st
HTH Happenings This Past Week
Congratulations to all of our seniors! Check out video of the HTH Drive Thru Graduation Parade and the beautiful online ceremony with speeches from Kaleb, Andrew, Larry Rosenstock, Gary Jacobs, and seniors Isaiah Colmenero, Caroline Egler, Tatianna Steiner, Edward Shenault, River Stiles, and YahYah Hollins. Thank you Marcus for coordinating such a wonderful event!
Tenth-grade students from High Tech High, a project-based learning school in San Diego, created this magazine after exploring their possible future choices after high school. This publication was created, edited, and published completely by students from our homes across the county during the quarantine.
11th grade team's distance learning project --"In Real Time" -- a website with both biology and humanities content about what's it's like for our HTH students to be alive right now.
High Tech High's Food & Nutrition Services Department is excited to announce that we will continue our meal distribution services at our Chula Vista and Point Loma campuses through the summer. Meals will continue to be distributed every Monday, between 11 AM - 1 PM and are free to anyone between the ages of 2-18 years old. Meals will be distributed in a drive-up fashion, and students do not need to be present in order to receive their meals. Please see the flyer above for more information.
Families with children who are eligible for free or reduced-priced meals, that do not receive their P-EBT cardin the mail by May 22nd, must apply online before June 30th to receive these benefits.This is in addition to the free grab & go meals served at our Point Loma and Chula Vista campuses on Monday's.
9th grade students in Melissa's Physics class designed their own Olympic games like Weaverton and Socket. They studied Newton's Laws of Motion, Contact Force and Physics of Motion. Check out the completed websites students made to showcase their Olympic games.
Senior Lourdes Twilegar presents her TPOL to teachers, classmates and parents reflecting on past projects and her personal growth in her 4 years at HTH. Congratulations to all of our HTH students on their Celebrations of Learning this week. Well done!