Created to challenge students to rethink existing systems and create solutions to help others, Elsa designed the Hello Maker carts to benefit public school students and nonprofit organizations who may not have access to these materials and encourage design thinking. The program offers workshops and classes to provide students with tools to manage frustration, work in collaboration, and solve problems, preparing them for a dynamic workforce.
Video made by Cinematic Storytelling students Rose '23 and Sarah '24.
LWHS Students Make Impact at the Portola Greenway throughout the years.
San Francisco Ignite Leadership in Youth (SFILY) is a LWHS student-created non-profit founded by Emily ’23, Ethan ’23, and Alia ’23.
Students in the Tech Arts 3D Printing class visit Model No., a furniture fabrication shop located in Oakland, California
HelloMaker is a non-profit founded by LWHS student Elsa ’23.