The AjA Project: Photography Programs for San Diego Youth

Bay Area Students Present Work at City Hall

Students at College Park High School are excited to announce their upcoming photographic exhibit: Life As We Know It. Through their photographs, students examine their relationship with school at both personal and universal levels.
Senior Matthew McKinley says, ““This project taught me to go deeper with my photography and

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Photo This, Photo That!

PhotoCity students at Monroe Clark Middle School created images over the course of this semester to explore a variety of photo techniques such as repetition, rule of thirds, silhouettes and documentary photography. Students voted on their favorite photos to share with their fellow, students, friends and local community. Enjoy!!
 

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Monroe Clark PhotoCity Students Present to the Wellness Council

The student’s participating in The AjA Project’s PhotoCity Club at Monroe Clark Middle School presented to the school’s Wellness Council last Thursday. The Council- which consists of school administration, healthcare providers, youth advocates, parents, volunteers, and students- listened while PhotoCity students spoke about the successes and challenges they’ve faced this

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Student at Crawford High School speaks out about graffiti at school

The Speak City Heights collaborative is in full swing and students at Crawford High School are adding their voices to the conversation. Using photography and narrative, students are examining health issues at Crawford—physical, mental and social health—and speaking to the issues that most directly affect their daily lives. One student,

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