Middle School

Aari S. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Atlas M. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Avery S. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Blue S. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Ella H. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Harper W.S. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Jackson B. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Jason Y. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Jonah G. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Josh M. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Luciano P. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Maanya J. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Megumi P. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Naveen K. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Oliver A. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Owen C. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Pelayo L. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Reyna B. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

Audrey J. '25 and Maya H. '25

As part of the High Resolves Videos for Change competition, 8th graders were asked to create 60 second videos that create empathy, build awareness, and inspire action about a social issue they are passionate about.

Bella M. '25 and Sabia L. '25

As part of the High Resolves Videos for Change competition, 8th graders were asked to create 60 second videos that create empathy, build awareness, and inspire action about a social issue they are passionate about.

Duncan R. '25 and Matthew V.M. '25

As part of the High Resolves Videos for Change competition, 8th graders were asked to create 60 second videos that create empathy, build awareness, and inspire action about a social issue they are passionate about.

Bryce C. '25, Micah N. '25 and Michael C. '25

As part of the High Resolves Videos for Change competition, 8th graders were asked to create 60 second videos that create empathy, build awareness, and inspire action about a social issue they are passionate about.

Noe J. '25, Sakeenah A. '25 and Sophia J. '25

As part of the High Resolves Videos for Change competition, 8th graders were asked to create 60 second videos that create empathy, build awareness, and inspire action about a social issue they are passionate about.

Timothy T. '27

6th Grade Photo students were asked to brainstorm about the phrase, “My America is…” and to think about the current social issues that are most important to them. Students then distilled those ideas down to one statement and paired it with an original photograph.   

After looking at the role art plays in protests throughout time and looking specifically at local artist Favianna Rodriguez, the 8th grade artists completed protest posters on topics that are meaningful to them as individuals and posted several of the finished pieces in their community.  This was a complex project for which they learned how to produce relief prints and how to design print on a page to make the most impact. Their topics are as varied as they are.