Student Work

Student voices, in all forms, lead at Westridge.  Here we present a sampling of student projects, showcasing the variety of subject matter and unique and interdisciplinary assignments that provide for varied expressions of our girls' voices.

Understanding Arrays Through a Special 9/11 Tribute Project
Being an American in the 21st Century Monuments
Building & Programming Robots Using EV3 Software
Memoir and Documentary Literature Conference
Andy Goldsworthy Inspired Environmental Art
Peer-to-Peer Family Cultural Quilt
Believe in Your Selfie Photo Project
Women of Character & Courage
Examining Core Values Through 3D Metaphor
Soil Unit Mite-y Interactive Magazine
Chamber Orchestra Takes on 90's Favorite
Inspired & Informal Journal Entries
Creating Storm Trooper Games for #hourofcode
Power of One Student Exhibits
Ecological Tree Graphs & Musical Relationships
Rocketry at TARC National Competition
4th Grade Scientists and the Mini Metric Olympics
Self Acceptance Mirror and Tool Box
Discovering Walking Styles of Bipedal Ancestors
Campus-wide Support to End World Hunger
Ceramics & Throwing Olympics
Mathematical Candy Houses Built to Scale

An independent, forward-thinking
day school for girls, grades 4–12

324 Madeline Drive
Pasadena, California 91105
Phone: 626-799-1153
Fax: 626-799-9236
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