Middle School students take a critical look at the research process by utilizing it to interpret data
Inside the WT Experience
Wonder what it's like to be a student at WT? Take a look inside the WT experience with these stories from our faculty members. You'll see direct examples of how we engage each student in a challenging and inspiring learning process.
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The Middle School Diversity Club recreates the fond memories of family and culture in their rendition of Showtime at the Apollo
Urban Research and Design students learn and share while addressing City of Pittsburgh neighborhood challenges.
In third grade computer science, students learn process, persistence, and iteration as they build Finch robots.
Pre-Kindergarten students learn perspective and empathy by studying Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel
Upper School Graphic Art students inspired by the rich dimension that technology can bring to elements of drawing
Fifth graders consider their personal beliefs as they tackle the many sides of refugeeism.
Students in Lit City form an essential body of background knowledge to approach the study of August Wilson's play Fences.
See how City as Our Campus amplifies student learning – take a look inside Engineering Week! 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.”