Develop the Computer Science, Innovation, and Engineering skills you need for the world you are helping to build.
Applied Science means taking the skills you develop in science, math, engineering, and technology and combining them with your capabilities in critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and literacy to initiate real change.
Today's high school students─YOU─have the capacity to change the future of the world by developing systems for
cleaner water, safer vehicles, improved communications, advanced robotics, space travel, elimination of disease, and
much, much more.
On Friday, September 15, senior Sebastian Drezek gave a presentation about his work with the Pennington Rocketry Club called “How We Built the Tallest Rocket Ever Built By a High School.”
Tina Alt ’88 spoke with Applied Science students on Thursday, April 20, about the many kinds of professions in the healthcare field and her journey to becoming a physician’s assistant.
The Better Kitchen Sink club has been working to supply people in Malawi with a water filtration system for use in communities with limited access to clean water. The team was awarded the second-place prize in the Fresh Water Action Challenge category, earning $600 to continue the work on their filter.