Upper School Graphic Art students inspired by the rich dimension that technology can bring to elements of drawing
Inside the WT Experience
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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.
First Graders Learn Many Perspectives of Thanksgiving
Spanish students utilize cross-disciplinary skills in Day of the Dead activity.
Students in Upper School English course Lit City hope to enrich the literature of our city with their own efforts.
Eighth grade English students use newspapers (many holding an "actual" newspaper for the first time) to source ideas for science fiction stories.
Working with local photographer Heather Mull, and utilizing Google's Snapseed app, grade 8 art students photographed stuffed animals to make their own strong photographic compositions.