Student Teachers Igniting the Next Generation

S.T.I.N.G. is a day of unique, unusual and inspiring classes taught BY high school students FOR middle school students on the campus of Granite Hills High School in El Cajon.
Our goal is to instill excitement for both learning and teaching through interactive classes, hands-on projects, interesting subjects, and global ideas with enthusiastic students and teachers.
The program was developed as an IB Service project by Andy Keller, who is now studying at CalTech. It is modeled after the Splash program at MIT. GHHS was the first high school in the country to work in cooperation with Learning Unlimited, a nonprofit organization that helps start and mentor colleges such as Stanford, Duke, Northwestern, and Harvard with similar programs.
For more information visit our website to see how you can be a part of this innovative educational opportunity!
An outdoor banner that says "Girls Water Poo vs Valhalla"
Students standing outside with papers and nametags
A high school student teaching a younger student
A student with a blue "Sting Professor" shirt holding up his nametag
A student handling a tool in a science lab while other students pay attention
Students lined up on the grass outside
A student presenting material on a whiteboard
Students doing an activity in front of a classroom audience
Teacher in front of students in a classroom