New STEM Class for Seniors

The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) program at SCL was adopted in the high school in 2012 with the first course, Principles of Engineering. Since then, two more courses have been added, Introduction to Engineering and Design and Computer Science and Software Engineering. This year, Mrs. Leanne Stob, SCL's STEM coordinator, has added another class, STEM Capstone, to serve students who have completed all previous STEM coursework. Stob stated, "There was a need for continuing coursework for seniors who started STEM as freshmen. They deserve it." The two-semester class will study architect design, LEGO robotics, and aerospace engineering. So far seven students have been accepted into the class which requires students to complete an application.

Anthea Chow, Class of 2002, University of Washington, M.A. Cornell University, HR Employee of Microsoft Corporation
" I would encourage international students to join an after-school sports program or club and participate in other activities because that will give you a complete study abroad experience. "
- Anthea '02