June 9–26, 2014
Study of the general principles of the physical laws of flight. Topics include physical terms and the four forces of flight: lift, weight, thrust, and drag. Aircraft design, stability control and high-speed flight characteristics are also included.
This class is an experience in physical education, sports, geometry and algebra. Through games, activities and team exercises students will use geometry and algebra while on the court and on the field.
An introduction into the rapidly emerging and revolutionary field of nanotechnology including applications, devices, Nano scale, Nano fabrication processes, the future of Nano technology, careers in the Nano technology field and related safety issues.
An overview of the horticulture industry, plant science, terminology, classification, propagation, environmental responses, and careers and opportunities in the field of horticulture. Basic concepts in greenhouse construction; calculate heating, cooling, and light requirements and select appropriate equipment.
STC: Engineering Design
Mechanical drafting and Solid Modeling. Product development and prototype production utilizing three- dimensional printing (3D Printer).
STC: Computer Programming
An introductory look at PC programming using Visual BASIC for Applications and Visual BASIC. Includes application and game programming.
STC: Interactive Anatomy & Physiology
A hands on introduction to the normal structure of the human body, including functions of human cells, tissues and organs, and skeletal, muscular and nervous systems for the scientist at heart.
STC: Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Powering machines and equipment with Pneumatic and Hydraulic force. Hands on training with pumps, cylinders, valves, motors, and related systems including operations, maintenance and system analysis.
STC: Cells Alive
An advanced study of cell structure and behaviors through the use of computer animation. Students will develop their own interactive game through software development. A behavioral study of the relationship between chromosomes and how the react to one another.
Updated March 27, 2014