Field Trip Overview
Hamilton prides it self in offering experiences outside of the classroom to enhance the students educational experiences. Our staff looks for meaningful trips to expose our students to experiences that not only extends what happens in the classroom but also sparks interest in career endeavors.
Recent Field Trips
Kristina Wong's Sweatshop Overlord
On February 21st, students of Humanities walked over to Kirk Douglas Theater and attended Kristina Wong's newest play, Sweatshop Overlord. A body of work focused on telling stories of mourning, trauma and political unrest during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sweatshop Overlord showcases how solidarity and a care for others, brings about change and hope in our world. Whether it is sewing masks for vulnerable populations or providing a sense of community in a time of lockdown, Sweatshop Overlord reminds us that when we tap into our cultural roots and have a love for our community, we are able to combat the injustices happening outside our window.
Thank you to UCLA and GetLit! for inviting Ms. Requa's class to GetLit's poetry event. Hamilton students got the opportunity to listen to talented response poems of GetLit! members. The students interacted and felt the power of the performers' words creating a space of support, creativity, and inspiration. Afterwards, two of our students showcased their talents and participated in a poem battle where they claimed, read, and interpreted a poem. There was no clear winner as both students received loud cheers and applauses from their peers! Once again thank you to UCLA and GetLit for inspiring the poets of tomorrow.
Delete the Divide's 2022 Tech Empowerment
All in case, it was an AMAZING experience and look forward to more like it.
Previous Field Trips
Director's Guild of America Theater
Mr.Burger's French class had the opportunity to go to the Director's Guild of America Theater to watch a film. Students got to practice and enhance their French taking what they learned in the classroom to the movie theater!