This weekend, 6 representatives from the MD and UD attended the Pasco County Science Fair. They competed against 260 other students for 24 spots at the State Science Fair and 2 spots at the International Science Fair. The results were amazing: 4th Place – Brett Fairchild, class of 2017, with his project Sympathetic Vibration of […]
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Academy’s S.T.E.M. Club now has a functioning 3D printer, received as part of the club’s participation in the F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Competition (FRC). The school community can now experiment with this fascinating and revolutionary technology. In the short term, the club plans to use the printer to design and create custom parts for competitive robots. They […]
Earlier this week, Middle and Upper Division science students used creativity, critical thinking, and communication skills to create and deliver a persuasive marketing presentation for their own unique inventions. Students gathered in the Academy Gym with their project boards, prototypes and presentations as judges met with each student. Selected finalists presented their products to a […]
The Academy Science Olympiad Team team placed in the top 10 in the state in four events this weekend.
When Tori Emerick was in grade school, she saw an animal at Lowry Park Zoo that she found captivating. It was an okapi. Her intrigue would, a few years later, become a science project featuring an okapi calf and its mother at the zoo.
Academy ninth grader, Raj Warman will compete at the State Science & Engineering Fair of Florida and has been invited and plans to compete at two international conferences.
All six Academy at the Lakes regional science fair attendees earned top honors. And, for the third year in a row, an Academy at the Lakes student will represent Pasco County at the International Science Fair.
Our FIRST LEGO League team competed in their second Regional Qualifier this weekend at Middleton High School.
Congratulations to Tori Emerick. She is the recipient of a summer internship in the Amazon with Amazonia Expeditions.
In Junior Kindergarten, our first science theme is the human body.