Nanotechnology is a popular subject for our students from Math & Engineering, Genetics, and even Medical Science. The Science and the Future students took the conversation a step further by doing a nano-construction activity and building graphene models. Graphene nanotubes will undoubtedly play a tremendous role in how our technology continues to evolve, and our young scientists are eager to be right on the edge of discovery.
While our Medical Science class explores heart dissections and our International Business class takes a moment to analyze the Wall St Journal, on the other side of campus our Public Speaking students engaged in fantastic on-film presentations coached by a director to bring out their passion for chosen poems and speeches. They even got to analyze their own performance immediately after.