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Global Classrooms

Author: Mahir Labib This was my first time at HSSP. But after my first HSSP class, I discovered that HSSP classes are unique and very interesting to do. The class consists of students around the world and this makes a video conference a very special Virtual Global Classroom. And another fun fact is that forContinue reading “Global Classrooms”

My Weekend at Spark

Author: Emily Liu As a middle schooler with a packed schedule, I found it hard to take a lot of the Spark classes. Weekends that are supposed to be perfect blissful peace for others were my worst nightmares. I had (and still have) two classes on Saturday and three classes on Sunday. I pondered forContinue reading “My Weekend at Spark”

A Virtual Drive To MIT

Author: Aayush Kadam My 9th Grade Exams were about to start by Mid-Feb & in January I was just scrolling through the web searching for the Opportunities for International High School Students @ MIT. I desire to graduate from MIT in the future.  My transition to online learning was initially not that good but shortlyContinue reading “A Virtual Drive To MIT”

My Splash Experience!

Author: Yogashree Kumar Last year I attended a similar programme (spark) so I kinda knew how things were going to work but that didn’t stop me from getting excited! There were so many classes to choose from and all of them sounded super interesting. After enrolling and dropping(it took quite some time to do this)Continue reading “My Splash Experience!”

What to do when life gets hectic and your Splash class student enrollment gets doubled in size at the last minute

Author: Grace Jiang Kate and I sit side by side at the head of a brightly lit, empty classroom, surrounded at all edges by black chalkboards, facing rows of long wooden tables and bright blue plastic chairs. It reminds me of my recitation classrooms. At the tiny, back corner of my mind, thoughts of uncompletedContinue reading “What to do when life gets hectic and your Splash class student enrollment gets doubled in size at the last minute”

Lesson Learned v2.0

Author: Zara Nip Hello, weary traveler. Remote learning has infected schools across the globe like a pandemic. It’s up to you to survive and make it through to June. Best of luck and may the odds be in your favor. Welcome to “Online School v2.0”. Press “enter” to begin. —> enter. —> 21 September 2020.Continue reading “Lesson Learned v2.0”

Summer HSSP!

Author: Ilina Goyal Привет! Меня зовут Ильина и я люблю суши. (Hi! My name is Ilina and I love sushi.) You can create quaternions using the Cayley-Dickson construction on the set of complex numbers and you can use them to represent geometric transformations in 3D. The first Crusade was called by Pope Urban II toContinue reading “Summer HSSP!”


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