Case Study | High Tech High

K-12 Public Charter School
San Diego, CA

“Some schools have the philosophy that you go a mile wide and an inch deep. We go an inch wide and a mile deep. Students really dig into projects and stick with [it] and then create something at the end. And part of the creation isn’t just that the teacher sees it, but that the community sees it. So [the student’s] audience isn’t an audience of one, but the student’s family, people from the outside, and other people’s family. So they create it, hopefully to make beautiful work, not to please their teacher.” 

– Rachel Nichols, 12th Grade Teacher 

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