- David, now age 18, took Build It Break It Shoot It (a "backyard ballistics" type class), Computer Careers, American Literature, and Improv Theatre.
- Emily, now age 15, enrolled in digital photography, a relationship-building class, American Literature, and Cooking Techniques.
- James, now age 12, had the following classes: Backyard Ballistics, Hang Loose relationship building, Duct Tape, and Sports.
- Suzy, who is 10, signed up for PE - Gym class, digital photography, Upcycling, and It's Not Magic It's Science.
|Emily with her digital photography display|
|James with his duct tape pizza project|
|Suzy with her digital photography display|
|Suzy with her Talking Pictures project|
|Suzy being "artistic" LOL|
|Emily with her Talking Pictures project|
|James in front of the duct tape display table. His huge gun is behind him.|
|The Talking Pictures project asked students to interview someone older and photograph them, then display a written interview along with their photographs and old photographs of the subject.|
|Suzy with her Upcycling class performing music with found objects.|
David's computer careers class created a video entitled "Peeling Out" as an end-of-the-year project. David was the cameraman and video editor. They filmed it in one day and then David needed a couple of days to edit the clips, add the title and credits and the music. Hopefully you can see the embedded video here in this post. Take a look; it's under 4 minutes long and I think you'll find it amusing.
Suzy's science class (It's Not Magic, It's Science) also created a video for the program in which pairs of students demonstrated magic tricks.