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Voices from SD Orientation: Ivan Gomez-Siu

Good morning everyone!  Glad you decided to wake up so early.  It’s nice to see so many people here. Since senioritis has hit its apex for me, and I’ve procrastinated on writing this speech until this week, I’ve decided that I’ll have you guys do some of the work.   So, how many of you […]

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Voices from SD Orientation: Ariana Salimi

I’ve been going to ATDP for half of my life. Although I have been taking classes at ATDP for 8 years, I still find it interesting. The first class I took was Simple Machines in Elementary Division. I remember being really bad at it because it was so hard. However, over time my performance improved. […]

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Voices from SD Orientation: Veronica Wong

Hi everyone, and welcome, new and returning Secondary Division students! My name is Veronica Wong and I’m a rising senior at Piedmont High School. Today I’ll be sharing with you a few thoughts I have about ATDP. But since you’ve already heard so much about how wonderful it is, I’d like to present a different […]

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ATDP Program T-shirts

ATDP is proud to offer its fourth annual program t-shirt to each attending student. The 2016 design is still subject to change, but we’re planning on an intercollegiate look on blue (see right). Students should select their desired size on their Notification of Attendance or Withdrawal form before submitting it with their tuition payment. Families […]

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For Teachers: Creativity in the Classroom

From our connections in the American Psychological Association’s CPSE, we learned of a new web series focused on creativity! (Entirely topical for our active summer classrooms, we feel.) Through the use of interviews with renowned scholars in the field and practice based narrative, the module gives an overview of the use of creativity in a […]

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Known issue: Online application form does not save

There is a known connectivity issue affecting certain network configurations’ ability to route data from ATDP’s database. Our database server is hosted remotely by the Graduate School of Education. Our online forms use Cross-Origin Resource Sharing to allow users to seamlessly update their information during the application process. Unfortunately, we do not have direct control […]

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