Students at Polaris Expeditionary Learning School participated in coral restoration efforts on a reef in the Florida Keys and spread the message about their learning and experiences through presentations, music, and video.
This public service music video is a compelling product of student-powered learning. Students did extensive field work that fueled their learning about the environment, pollution, and advocacy for change.
During a spring expedition, first and second-grade students learned about the symbiotic relationships between plants and animals. As they studied these relationships, they took an in-depth look at dairy cows and their relationship to plants.
Answering an authentic need for a public music video (PMV) for State Farm to use in their awareness campaign, students worked to create an entire album of songs around the importance of wearing a seatbelt.
During the fall semester of 2015, the HTHMA 12th grade students in Digital Arts, English, and Mathematics investigated the complexities of man-made structures found in urban/rural design and architecture.
As part of their Clothes topic, Kindergarten students at St. Paul's School organized a fashion show to be their end of year presentation to the school community. Outfits were completely done by the pupils from beginning to end.
On Tuesday, May 10th, 2016, the graduating seniors of High Tech High Media Arts presented a compelling and provocative interactive art exhibition on the current state of social, cultural, technological and ideological constructs emerging in today’s modern teenagers .