Posted October 4, 2016
In a recent physical science project to investigate forces of tension and compression, eighth grade students were challenged to design and build a bridge from drinking straws, straight pins, masking tape, and string. The bridges needed to span a 45cm gap between two lab tables and support at least a baseball, maximizing carrying capacity while minimizing material cost.
Posted September 28, 2016
Expressing Unity, Celebrating Variety... Stepping into a great new school year!
Posted August 31, 2016
Students began the 2016-17 school year at Presidio Hill School today!
Admission events open for reservation
Posted August 30, 2016
Posted July 1, 2016
Posted May 23, 2016
Fourth Grade students created a video during their library class time campaigning for who they think are the best book heroes and villains.
Students chose the character they wanted to spotlight, the reasons for how that character showed heroic or villainous behavior, the image(s) they wanted to represent their character in the video, the sounds they wanted associated with their character in the video and the theme for the video as a whole (comic book with news break).
The students also drew illustrations of their characters and made campaign posters that are on gallery view in the library.
Please see the video below and "vote" for who you think are the best heroes and villains of literature!
Posted May 2, 2016
As the Second and Third Grade classes were entering the Presidio to go for a walk to the Wood Line some members with the Presidio Trust who were planting trees for Arbor Day invited our classes to help them plant trees.
Posted April 20, 2016
The fifth grade class recently took a field trip to nearby El Polin natural spring in preparation for an upcoming project.
Posted April 8, 2016
Challenge week is a series of three days during which students grade 6-8 choose an interest (animation, design thinking, survival skills, Balinese art and music etc) and engage with each other across grade levels through fieldtrips, group challenges, and shared enthusiasm. The students come away from Challenge week with new skills, new friends, a new appreciation for their chosen topic, and, perhaps most importantly, a deeper understanding of themselves.
Posted March 16, 2016
"How can we design a gadget that can make art?"