• Light Painting 

    Light painting

    Mrs. McArthur's photography class ended the term experimenting with Light Painting. Special light painting tools and techniques were used to create the images, with lots of student-led experimentation. The students were outstanding and really stepped out of their comfort zone to create these spirographs and portraits.

    Photographers: Julianna Black, Audrey Bobel, Elliott Douglas, Jemira Haymer, Patrick Haythorn, Bryanna Jackson, Deyvion Nichols, DeCharles Owens, Destiny Silverman, Sophia Tushkowski Mateo Vela.

    Egg Drop STEAM Activity

    Egg drop project

    The classic "egg drop" project was part of a recent STEAM competition held by the Science Department. Students had to create something that would protect an egg from breaking after a drop from the stairs outside the Aquatic Center. The duo shown below figured it out! 

    Egg drop winners

    Welding Projects

    Students in Mr. Rymek's Building and Construction class made a scale model of a shed frame before beginning actual construction as students in Mr. O'Connor Metals class were busy with their welding projects. 

    Mock Crime Scene Sketches

    Students in Mrs. Papasideris' Forensic Science class worked on their mock crime scene sketches on September 7. 

    Mock crime scene sketches during Forensic Science class.

    Chemistry is Magic! ✨   
    Students in Ms. Zingrebe's chemistry class celebrated "Back to Hogwarts" day by learning about Acid/Base reactions. Upon mixing together an acid and base, students revealed their house assignment from the sorting hat!
    To replicate this reaction at home, all you will need is lemon juice, baking soda, and Kool aid powder. Scroll below to see the photos! 

    Germinating Seeds In Biology Class

    Biology students in Ms. Rogers' class designed experiments to test the best environmental conditions to germinate seeds and presented their findings to their classmates. See the photos below! 

    STEAM ACTIVITY: Color/Sound Synesthesia In Drawing Class

    Students in Mrs. McArthur's drawing class learned about Color/Sound Synesthesia then followed it up with a drawing activity. This activity asked them to listen to their own music and imagine what they would see if they had color sound synesthesia. Color/sound synesthesia is when someone hears a sound and automatically sees a color; or, they read a certain word, and a specific hue enters their mind's eye. About 4 percent of Americans have color/sound synesthesia.   

    This activity asked students to listen to their own music and imagine what they would see if they had color sound synesthesia. They experimented with all the medium the class will cover in drawing, allowing them to interact with them prior to the specific unit.

    "I am really proud that they dove into this assignment head first, with little prep!" - Mrs. McArthur said.