ACE Mentorship Presentation at NJIT

ACE Mentorship Presentation at NJIT

ACE Mentors: Jeff Schlecht, RSC Architects Irina Graziani, PGAL Eddie Alonso, Whitman Carlos Arredondo, RSC Architects Mili Sawyer, Whitman Radi Ali, RSC Architect On Friday, April 26, five teams from High Tech High School’s ACE Mentorship Club showcased their final projects at the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture. The competition tasked students...Continue reading

Signage Project

High Tech High School’s Way-Finding Signage Project

Students in the Architecture Simulated Work-based Learning program have finished the initial phase of the way-finding signage project at High Tech High School. Their job was to plan, design, print, and strategically place signs all over the Frank J. Gargiulo Campus. The next phase will concentrate on enhancing navigation in the “in-between” areas to facilitate...Continue reading

French Honor Society’s Annual French Immersive Experience

French Honor Society’s Annual French Immersive Experience

High Tech students were transported into the Impressionist Movement during the French Honor Society’s Annual French Immersive Experience on Wednesday, April 17. Inspired by the famous Van Gogh Immersive Experience, members transformed the resource room into a museum of student work. A dark room featuring digital paintings from the Impressionist Movement greeted guests displayed on...Continue reading

World Religions Class Visits The Second Largest Hindu Temple In The World

World Religions Class Visits The Second Largest Hindu Temple In The World

Mr. Kliesh’s World Religions class was recently welcomed to the second largest Hindu temple in the world, BAPS Swaminarayan in Robbinsville, New Jersey. The class is currently studying Hinduism, and the nature of the class includes many field trips to help illustrate the various religions of the world and their practice. The staggeringly spectacular mandir...Continue reading

Harnessing Creativity for Compassionate Innovation: Industrial Design and Animation Seniors Collaborate on Prosthetics Project

Harnessing Creativity for Compassionate Innovation: Industrial Design and Animation Seniors Collaborate on Prosthetics Project

At the intersection of technology and human-centered design, our Industrial Design and Animation senior class has embarked on a remarkable collaborative project with the esteemed organization Enabling the Future. Under the guidance of Ms. Simon, these budding innovators have utilized rapid prototyping with a Stratasys CR190 3D Printer to fabricate and assemble functional, low-cost prosthetic...Continue reading

Habitat for Humanity - Architecture Seniors Trip

Habitat for Humanity – Architecture Seniors Trip

On March 13, 2024, the Architecture Studio seniors and a few juniors, guided by Ms. Batista, the architecture instructor, and Mr. Morrison, the guidance counselor, joined forces with Habitat for Humanity's Critical Repairs program. Working alongside volunteers like Construction Manager Rick, Foreman Darrian, and dedicated volunteer turned part-time contractor Dan was inspiring. It was inspiring...

Glitter

High Tech High School Performance Track Dancers Perform Glitter

March 6th through the 10th, 2024, the High Tech High School Performance Track Dancers attended and performed at the 14th Annual Regional High School Dance Festival in Norfolk, Virginia, hosted by the Governor's School for the Arts. ‌This marks the 5th time instructor Trista DeFilippis and students have attended the Festival. The students attended classes...Continue reading

25th Anniversary of the LFNY French Theatre Festival

25th Anniversary of the LFNY French Theatre Festival

High Tech High students celebrated a triumphant return from the 25th Anniversary LFNY French Theatre Festival, showcasing exceptional talent and creativity. Our students presented two original scenes, ingeniously reimagining Moliere's classics, earning them prestigious accolades: Best Actor for Alexander Pereyra, Best Actress for Saorla Rafferty, and Best Original Script for Maya Geller. This achievement not...Continue reading

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