The Ann Arbor Public School’s Third STEAM Expo was held Tuesday night and featured teachers and students from kindergarten to high school sharing what they are doing with Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.
Playground models, 3D printing projects, design and modeling projects, and information on STEAM summer camps were just some of the exciting stations that were featured at the Expo.
In addition to the elementary, middle school and high school STEAM Projects, middle and high school robotics teams showcased their work.
This is one in a series WLAA will feature this week on some of the many highlights that were on display at Skyline High School during the STEAM Expo.
Huron High School’s HSTEP team
Huron High School’s Science, Technology and Engineering Program featured several of the projects the team works on during the four years students get to participate in the program.
The class prepares students for 21st-century careers in engineering and design. Students tackle real-world problems and utilize industry standard software and equipment. Students leave the Huron PLTW (Project Lead the Way) program prepared to succeed in postsecondary engineering education and/or STEM-related careers.
Huron senior Lauryn FitzGerald talked about the program with WeLoveAnnArbor during Tuesday’s STEAM showcase.