TEA students discussed youth voting with Lincoln University Professor and British Youth Council (BYC) Trustee while in London.
:30 Interview With Larissa Kennedy, Trustee at The British Youth Council and Global Representative at Youth For Change,
If you had 30 seconds to impress upon the American youth the importance of voting, what would you say?
11th and 12th-grade students from Tahoe Expedition Academy Land in the U.K. after a 17-hour travel delay to investigate youth voting and civic engagement.
This winter, THIRTY dedicated Tahoe Expedition Academy student-athletes experienced the thrills of biathlon first hand. Members ranged in age from nine to seventeen years old.
Our 4th-grade Ponderosa crew recently cut some vocals on the chorus of the “Tahoe Tap” song Singer Songwriter Joaquin Fioresi was commissioned to write for our friend and founder of Tahoe Water Suppliers Association – Madonna Dunbar.
Tahoe Expedition Academy has launched a $14m capital campaign to complete the second phase of the TEA Basecamp campus in Martis Valley. Recently the campaign was kicked off with a lead gift from the Martin family.
A group of TEA high school students traveled to Iceland to understand the feasibility of applying Iceland’s geothermal energy model outside of a volcanically active area like Truckee, CA.
The first collaboration project that is underway is the creation of Mad Hatter Hats for our Upcoming Simply Mad About TEA Fundraiser!
From Alpine Skiing to Biathlon, TEA student-athletes own winter sports!
A group of 9th and 10th grade TEA students traveled to South Florida to help people affected by Irma while also seeking to understand the political, economic, scientific and cultural ramifications of natural disasters in the modern world.
Congratulations to our Class of 2018 on their first round of college acceptances. You are making our CommuniTEA proud!