Student Work Gallery

We created this page to feature student projects during remote learning – 4th quarter, Spring 2020.

TA Students: Send photos of your awesome work created at home to Patty McIlvaine, so that we can feature your creativity, ingenuity, innovation, hard work, and academic learning. Might be a project or assignment for a class – could also be something you are doing as part of a personal hobby or family pursuit during our national stay-at-home spring.

Foods Around the World

Design Tech: Toy Cars

Design Tech – Simple Machines

Environmental Studies – Andy Goldsworthy-Inspired Art

Math Fractals

Geometry students combined art and geometry to make these fractals.

Algebra 1 Fractals


Biology – #cellphies

Students in Mr. Engler’s biology class have been learning about the cell cycle and cell reproduction. They were asked to create instagram posts to document their nuclear journey through this process.

Environmental Studies – Maple Sugaring

Expressive Art and Printmaking – A Tree as a Metaphor

In Expressive Art and Printmaking, students were asked to create a tree as a metaphor for their life. Each tree was accompanied by narrative text.

English 8 – Independent Novel Project

English 8 independent novel assignment. Students were asked to represent the theme of their reading through the medium of their choice – artwork, poetry, journalistic writing, etc.

Saylor B.
Novel: When the Sea Turned to Silver
Author: Grace Lin
Theme: The way to immortality is through story-telling

Asa K.
Novel: Grapes of Wrath
Author: John Steinbeck
Theme: Misfortune

Eli D.
Novel: Ender’s Shadow
Author: Orson Scott Card
Theme: Hiding in order to survive

Leo D.
Novel: Loveboat, Taipei
Author:Abigail Hing Wen
Theme: Freedom

Annie H.
Novel: Dear Evan Hansen
Author: Val Emmich
Theme: Loneliness



We set high expectations. We challenge all members of the school community to reach their highest potential.


We value initiative, courage and dedication. We take personal responsibility for the goals we set and work hard to achieve them.


We work and learn together. We see teachers as coaches, students as team members, families as partners, and learning as practice and action.


We provide individuals with personalized support and guidance. We care about each other and the larger community.


We respect differences among people. We welcome the contribution of varied perspectives to a rich and flexible school culture.