Student Showcase

fresco grapes history project

Tatiana Walker’s Fresco Project


Student Tatiana Walker created her very own fresco for her History of the Renaissance and Early Modern World class this spring semester.


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History
free music tutors

Free Music Tutors Website by Tristan Deters


Free Music Tutors is a platform for free music education — where anyone, anywhere can receive live one-on-one music lessons, build their skills, and pay it forward by becoming a music tutor themselves.


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Fine Arts
saxon algebra I activity

Snowflakes from Mrs. Courtney Ostaff’s Saxon Algebra I Class


Saxon Algebra I students moved from 2-dimensional analysis to 3-dimensional analysis in a hands-on activity: creating beautiful snowflakes!


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Math
house on mango street book cover

House on Mango Street One-Page Assignment


Students in Dr. Roudabush’s Reading for the Logic Stage III class were tasked with visually representing their reactions to The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros.


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Associated Subjects:

Literature
jett peters's geoville drawing

City Diagram for Algebra II


Jett used what he learned about the relationships between angles to design a city in Mrs. Kennedy’s Algebra II class.


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Math
olivia morrison performing clocks

Olivia Morrison Performing “Clocks”


Check out this incredible version of Coldplay’s “Clocks” performed by 2020-2021 Intermediate Music Theory student Olivia Morrison.


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Fine Arts
summer club tshirt design

Summer Club T-Shirt Design by Vivian Wiemelt


We opened our first design contest to students this summer. The official rules stated that the design must be guided by three terms: learning, engagement, and summer, and had to be submitted in black and white only.


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Associated Subjects:

Literature
World Languages