What do cotton balls, rubber bands, a disposable diaper, and a Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) software all have in common? They have all featured in our high school’s Introduction to Engineering class in the last few weeks. Utilizing industry-standard CAD software, students in the class attempt to solve real-world problems with technology and available materials. The last “instant challenge” was a team solution to an oil spill. Read more about this program and our Project Lead the Way initiative by visiting our high school website.
CAS Engineering Program focuses on Tech, Real-World Solutions
Sierra Vista Campus
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