Mission Possible Teens Foundation held the summer picnic in Metro Crossing on 5/21/2023. Thanks for all the seniors participated in the past several years, and congratulations and best wishes to their college journey. The new MPTF leadership team is also formed, led by Annie Xu, rising senior in Mission San Jose High, and Evan Yang, […]
Congratulations volunteers for your service! Our President, Joe Biden, has approved of your service :). Below is a transcript of the speech our President made. And below that are the pictures!
Happy National Clean-Up Day! Did you know plastic water bottles, straws, and bags can take up to 450 years to decompose?! That’s more than a week. Today we chilled out and scoured clean all the trash on the Mission Creek Trail. Let’s all keep in mind to make the extra effort to reduce, reuse, and […]
In an effort to give back to our community in these trying times, we helped out a bit at the local food drive. Anyone and everyone can help!
Mission Impossible is no more. Mission Possible Teens makes the “mission, possible!” Club Heads scaled Mission Peak to conquer the world: Previous Next
Interested in Computer Science, but don’t know where to start? USACO is a great way to take your first step into the programming world. Get to know what this is and how it works. Recording: here
On 11/01/2020, Mission Possible Teens Math Club will host the Fremont MPTF Math Contest. All students who are 8th grade and under are welcome to participate. Please register your team now. More information, please visit Math Club page.
We’re applying for 2019-2020 the President’s Volunteer Service Award for our volunteers. More details can be found on our “Awards” page!
On May 30th, 2020 from 2 to 4 p.m. through Zoom, we held a panel for 2020 Fremont graduates to share their experiences and how they dealt with high school! Panelists are going to Harvard, MIT, and other prestigious universities!
On January 18th, 2020 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Best Friend’s Children Center, we held a Chinese New Year Party! Mission Possible Teens club members raised money for the community by selling their goods. Previous Next