Fourth grade students learn process engineering through food science.
Inside the WT Experience
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Seventh grade students get to know each other in a meaningful way through music.
Teamwork and the natural exchange of leadership roles highlights Upper School visit to Gaynor's School of Cooking.
Third graders learn about form and function all wrapped into creative design.
First graders celebrate the completion of their Peace unit.
Upper School students deepen their understanding of the ways in which stories matter.
The annual legacy art project gives students an opportunity to work with local mosaicist Stevo.
Pre-K students write and perform their own fairy tale, focusing on elements of plot, conflict, and character development.
See how City as Our Campus amplifies student learning – take a look inside Engineering Week and the first grade Urban Planning, Architecture, and Community Development unit!
With help from the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse, students designed downhill vehicles created from recycled materials and put their vehicles to the test at the culminating “Nerdy Derby.
After experiencing walking tours of local neighborhoods and architecture workshops with City as Our Campus partner Assemble and WT parents, students worked together to build elements of a community using recycled materials.