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Q&A with junior Max Shurr on 3D printing, engineering inventions

Q&A with junior Max Shurr on 3D printing, engineering inventions

Daniel Tian February 13, 2021

When did you start making projects? I’ve always enjoyed building and making things. Ever since I was little, I always had LEGO sets and Lincoln Logs. Over time, I got more and more interested in engineering....

CHS to offer new Engineering and Technology Courses: Construction Trades I and Aerospace Engineering for the 2021-22 year

CHS to offer new Engineering and Technology Courses: Construction Trades I and Aerospace Engineering for the 2021-22 year

Raghav Sriram December 14, 2020

As part of the 2021-2022 school year, CHS plans to offer two new Engineering and Technology courses: Construction Trades I and Aerospace Engineering.  According to introduction to construction teacher...

Derek Fronek, Robotics Design Lead and senior, reviews design plans of the final robot. He said the team will soon begin to outsource construction for many necessary parts.

TechHOUNDS begins fourth week of competitive build season, finalizes robot design plans

James Yin January 31, 2019

TechHOUNDS will have meetings every day after school from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m. in the engineering hallway classrooms. Derek Fronek, Robotics Design Lead and senior, said that not only has the team’s robot...

Zachary Bonewit, head coach of TechHOUNDS and engineering teacher, explains procedures and plans for the last offseason invitational, the Boiler Bot Battle, which was hosted at Purdue University.

TechHOUNDS works through preseason by training robot drivers in invitationals

James Yin October 29, 2018

TechHOUNDS will have continue to have meetings each Thursday from 3:15 to 5 after school in the main cafeteria. According to Ryan Forrest, electrical and programming division co-lead and senior, TechHOUNDS...

Students work on devices in Mr. Bonewit's class. Bonewit is known for his integration of cutting edge technology in the classroom.

Teacher Profile: Manufacturing and engineering teacher Zachary Bonewit wins Outstanding Young Teacher Award in Engineering

Satvik Kandru October 4, 2017
“Being a teacher here has changed my view on how engineering and manufacturing (applies) to high school kids,” he said. “It is kind of cool to see how the position I’m in can change a career choice and help someone choose what they are going to do in the future.”
Students, teachers reflect on the  importance of continuing one’s desire to learn

Students, teachers reflect on the importance of continuing one’s desire to learn

entertainment May 19, 2016

The most notable observation when describing high school students is that the large majority of their time is usually spent in traditional classrooms acquiring knowledge and learning. However, several...

(Left to right) Jackie Hu, Kimaya Raje, Katy Voor and Claudia Shelbourne, STEM Club members and juniors, discuss computer science. Raje said club members are researching computer science in order to peer mentor other students and earn the Honda STEM grant. ALEX YOM / PHOTO

STEM Club applies for computer science grant

News February 20, 2015

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Club plans to apply for a grant on May 1 in order to create a program that peer mentors students through teaching them computer science, according...

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A Shift in Educational Focus

News March 1, 2011

An international test reveals the weakness of American education in mathematics and science. The country now aims to strengthen its focus on ‘STEM’ subjects. By Kendall Harshberger <[email protected]> At...

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