NEW ROCHELLE, NY — Anthony Stirpe, who leads the innovative writing and filmmaking class at New Rochelle High School, attended the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose, California, earlier this month where he had the opportunity to share with Apple some of the project work developed by his students.
“During the event, I met with teams of Apple employees and upper management, and I was able to discuss what makes New Rochelle so special,” he said.
After he returned, the Apple employees provided him with written feedback about the films to share with his students. Below are links to some of the student projects:
“What the students of this program have created is having an impact, and more and more people are celebrating New Rochelle and holding it up as a model of innovation in education,” Stirpe said.