Throughout an adventure to Mt Lassen, students faced and overcame challenges, helped one another, learned new skills, and came together even closer as a crew.

Imagine two schools in two entirely different places coming together to learn from each other. In the Seasons of the Washoe learning expedition, that’s exactly what happens.

The museum is a hands-on learning environment where children can explore interactive exhibits on nature, science, Nevada history and much more.

How do we develop collaboration, creativity, and perseverance at our high school? We start with a long piece of string…

Students compare graphical interpretations of carbon dioxide and temperature correlation providing context for mathematical concepts.

Brainstorms become ideas, ideas become prototypes, prototypes become failures, and failures become lessons that drive success.

During this learning expedition, students observe culture and society with a critical eye and discover what matters to them.

At first, it was just supposed to rain. Then the weather made a turn for the worse. But this crew of 4th-graders was prepared to gather stream data rain or shine.

The daily progress to the Martis Campus is nothing short of remarkable. Construction crews are working 6 days a week to make it happen. Enjoy the video update.

Nothing quite like kicking off the school year with an event that brings our whole communiTEA together to experience a little “constructive adversity!” Thank you to everyone who came out and participated.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s great to see so many smiling faces around campus. Welcome back to school CommuniTEA!

Have you ever had a dream about being on a mission to Mars? The 6th-grade crew at Tahoe Expedition Academy lived out that dream during their “Space Expedition” learning expedition.

Tahoe Expedition Academy High School students conduct scientific research in harsh volcanic landscapes and atop 13,000-foot mountains in Hawaii.

Have you ever wondered, “What can I do to help the Sierra Nevada Yellow Legged Frog survive?” If you haven’t, then let the Kindergarten crew at TEA tell you why you should.

Some question whether or not Tahoe Expedition Academy is a “real school.” Erica Kennedy, one of our school’s first ever graduates, tackled that perception head on in her graduation speech. Read her speech in its entirety here.  

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