Slgreene68

Author's details

Date registered: June 23, 2017

Latest posts

  1. Rising MST Jr. Slated to Spend Year in Ghana — June 20, 2018
  2. Cascades Volcano Observatory Open House! — May 4, 2018
  3. Summer Transportation Institute 2018 — April 27, 2018
  4. Ahoy! MST Teacher Dean Goes to Sea! — April 27, 2018
  5. 2018 MST Research Symposium — April 26, 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Magnet Sophomore Jaden Kim Honored by Local VFW Post — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Jun 20

Rising MST Jr. Slated to Spend Year in Ghana

Rising MST junior Emma McBride is the recent recipient of a prestigious full scholarship to study abroad next year in Ghana. The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, offers American high school students and recent graduates full scholarships to study …

Continue reading »

May 04

Cascades Volcano Observatory Open House!

“The USGS-Cascades Volcano Observatory opens its doors to the public on Saturday, May 12, 2018, for a one-day open house. Scientists will be on-hand from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm to share the results of their research and talk about volcano hazards. Hands-on activities and equipment demonstrations will be featured.” Check it out!  

Apr 27

Summer Transportation Institute 2018

For the third year in a row, Portland State University is hosting a Summer Transportation Institute for high school girls. This two-week residence camp offers any student entering the 9–12 grade who identifies as female an immersive introduction to the workings of the Portland transportation system. Half of each day is spent in the classroom …

Continue reading »

Apr 27

Ahoy! MST Teacher Dean Goes to Sea!

CHS/MST teacher Jennifer Dean was recently selected to serve for two weeks on a NOAA research vessel in the highly competitive and coveted Teacher at Sea program. Congratulations, Mrs. Dean!  Read all about it in the Post Record: Camas teacher earns coveted spot on NOAA research ship She will be blogging from the deck of the NOAA …

Continue reading »

Apr 26

2018 MST Research Symposium

We’d like to cordially invite you to join us in the CHS commons and theater on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018, for the 11th annual Camas High School Magnet Program Student Research Symposium. At this annual event, students from grades 9-12 will present their research findings from this year’s study of a wide range of project …

Continue reading »

Apr 13

CHS/MST Program Featured in IT Promo Video

The MST Magnet program had the rare opportunity this past fall to be interviewed for a feature documentary being produced to highlight the opportunities and challenges in STEM education as we move into the 21st century.  Our contribution to Imagining Tomorrow: STEM and the Future of Work is just a fraction of the overall video, but It’s …

Continue reading »

Mar 28

WSSEF 2018 Results

34 of our students competed in the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair this past weekend. Congratulations to all of them who represented our school and their research with pride. Particular shout-outs go to the following people: Freshmen: Alex Gee, Mark Robinson, and Jaden Le: 1st place in Environmental Engineering Owen Baenen and Justine Pentergraft: …

Continue reading »

Mar 22

Admissions Decision Update

The MST staff are in the process of finalizing admissions decisions for the 2018-19 cohort. We expect to notify families by the middle part of next week, 03/28/18, at the earliest. Thank you again for your interest in the program.

Mar 07

Admissions Testing Scheduled for Monday, 03/12/18

Thank you for your interest in the MST Magnet program. Students who have submitted an application by the deadline of this Friday, March 9th, by 3:00 PM, are eligible to take the admissions test. Here is some information on the testing portion of the admissions process that we’ve publicized. The testing date is Monday, March 12th, and it will take place in the North Commons at …

Continue reading »

Mar 05

Gabe Speaks: CHS/MST Sr. Reflects on Fly-in Visits at Four Major Universities

CHS/MST senior Gabe Mukobi wasn’t quite sure where he wanted to go to college, so he took advantage of a little known program that many universities support called pre-admission fly-in. The basic idea of these programs is that, “One of the most important factors in deciding if a college is right for you is whether …

Continue reading »

Older posts «