Please join students from the Upper School as they present their final, self-directed culminating STEAM Certificate
projects relevant to their specialty area: Engineering, Medical Engineering, Computer Science, or Entrepreneurship and Design.
Detailed summaries of the individual projects are linked HERE
. Final presentations will take place May 17 - May 19 in the Ohana Community Room on the 2nd floor of Charger Commons [map
]. Presentations will run 20-25 minutes with a follow up Q&A period.
Yvonne Lin '22 - Medical Engineering, Tuesday, May 17 8:30am
Aspen Slavick-Gierlach '22 - Medical Engineering, Tuesday, May 17 9:15am
Tyler Loar '22 - Computer Science, Tuesday, May 17 10am
Grace Salter '22 - Medical Engineering, Wednesday, May 18 11:30am
Luke Tunnell '22 - Computer Science, Wednesday, May 17 10:45am
Nicklas Urban '22 - Entrepreneurship and Design, Wednesday, May 18 12:15pm
Nathan Barry '22 - Medical Engineering, Thursday, May 19 1:20pm
Théo Simon '22 - Computer Science, Thursday, May 19 2pm
The STEAM Signature Program is a pathway for Upper School students (grades 9-12) to pursue STEAM-related coursework that allows them to apply critical thinking and 21st Century skills while investigating a specialized area of interest. In addition to taking at least three courses within their area of study, students must participate in the Seminar in Applied STEAM and Entrepreneurship during senior year after all required coursework. They work on a self-directed culminating project relevant to their specialty area.