DMusic’s Obstacle Course

By Ezra Graves     People often ask what’s going on with music at d.tech. Considering that d.tech is a weird and crazy school, it should come as no surprise that so is its music program. It’s called DMusic, and it’s a somewhat complicated organization. Essentially, it’s a support system for multiple clubs that practice …

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Planning School Dances

By Julia Wang d.tech is not your traditional high school, there’s no doubt about that. We don’t have a football team, we don’t have normal classrooms (or walls), and we haven’t had a graduating class… yet. However, we do try to incorporate one important component of the high school experience: school dances. Here are nine …

Students Sick of The SFO Design Challenge

By Jeffrey Bernstein Every year, at least one of Design Tech’s design lab classes goes to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) for one of their challenges. Generally, the first year design lab classes  go to the airport as one of their first off-campus classes to “use design thinking in the real world”. Even though this …

Baking News: Student Chefs!

By Bibi Wong Within d.tech, there are many culinary talents, ranging from baking to pan-frying. I interviewed five d.tech students about cooking, and their favorite dish. Dominique Donio: Donio started baking when she was in her teens, with her mom and sister. Having a huge sweet tooth, Donio enjoys baking chocolate cake and chocolate cookies. When …

My Fun Amazing Time at the Not Camping Trip

By Yuze Sun So while you were in your sleeping bags, trying to fall asleep after being thrice told to stop talking, you might’ve wondered: What were people who stayed behind at d.tech doing? Well, I can’t speak for all of us, but I can describe what I did. Rewind back to 11:15, Wednesday: We went …

Highlights of the d.tech Camping Trip

By Jonathan Ferreira After all the buses arrived at Casini Ranch, the students gathered up their gear and met with their respective @dtechs, then the first real event began — setting up tents. For the better part of two hours, students and adults alike spent time putting together their tents and talking with their friends. …