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Jessica Hochschuler, Class of 2014, Reflects on her time at Tesseract

My first paper for English was due a couple weeks ago and we were first supposed to bring a rough draft to class for peer editing.  So I did what I was told and brought a copy.  We first read aloud our papers (based on a few articles regarding gender discrimination in the college process) and then had one student …

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Tesseract in Demand!

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Tesseract Class Starts Newspaper

Tesseract’s third grade class has embraced a project-based learning initiative by forming their own Class Newspaper. The students are inviting guest speakers from the industry to learn more, they have auditioned for specific jobs and are learning various writing styles with the ultimate goal of publishing their very own “Tiger Times”. Their first assignment was an opinion piece on why they …

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Tesseract’s Inspirational Seventh Grade Student is Principal Violist of the Phoenix Youth Symphony’s String Orchestra

Tesseract Seventh Grade student, Isabella Biggs, was awarded the honor of Principal (First Chair) Violist of the Phoenix Youth Symphony’s String Orchestra in January 2014. Isabella started playing the violin when she was four years old and switched to the viola when she was ten. She has been playing with the Phoenix Youth Symphony since 2012. Having been born with …

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Tesseract Student, Mathew Kaplan, Inspired to Create The Be O.N.E Project

Written By: Maddie Anseth, Pitch Perfect Marketing Club Member Many would say that middle school bullying is “age-appropriate conduct” and thus goes largely unaddressed by school officials. Tesseract School junior Matthew Kaplan disagrees. Kaplan has taken it upon himself to put an end to high school bullying before it even begins. Kaplan says, “Middle school is the essential time to …

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Tesseract Wins Program of the Year for the Herpetological and Crocodilian Program out of all Private Independent Schools in Arizona

The Phoenix Herpetological Society (PHS) is a non-profit organization that takes in abandoned or endangered reptiles and keeps them in a safe environment. The PHS works closely with Tesseract School on a few different programs. One of these programs is when the Society visits the Tesseract fourth grade for an eight week learning experience. Each week, an instructor from the PHS brings a variety …

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