Category Archive: Project Study

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 …

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Mar 04

MST Students Rock SW Washington SEF!

Congrats are in order to the 50 MST students who competed in this week’s science and engineering fair regional tournament. Best of Fair goes to Rahul Ram and runner up to the Bioplastics Team—Odessa Thompson, Rose Leveen, and Bailey Segall. These students get to compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair in May. All …

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May 27

Symposium 2016

We convened the entire MST Magnet program here at CHS on Wednesday night, grades 9-12, staff, parents, family, friends, and even a couple of graduates, to celebrate and showcase the year’s project study.  It was an impressive showing that began with a fair in the Commons, followed by formal presentations in the North Commons (after …

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May 24

WSU Pullman Imagine Tomorrow 2016 Results

Camas High School’s MST program made the annual sojourn to the WSU Imagine Tomorrow competition this past weekend with a select group of 8 projects from this year’s crop of student project work. The results were impressive.  Out of approximately 135 projects submitted from about 35 schools from across Washington and Idaho, four of our projects …

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May 12

Magnet Senior Roche Celebrated in Post Record

MST senior Anna Roche earned distinction this year at the Washington state Science and Engineering Fair (WSEF), enough so that she was invited to the ISEF in Arizona.  Read all about it in this week’s Post Record:  CHS students sweep state science fair

Apr 12

Washington State Science and Engineering Fair 2016

Congratulations to 10 of our students who competed at the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair in Bremerton, Washington over spring break. All 10 earned state honors: In the Engineering Mechanics Category 1st place honors to sophomore Sarah Wells-Moran and 2nd place honors to freshman Rahul Ram; Earth and Environmental Sciences Category  3rd place honors …

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Dec 16

December Mini-Symposium

In December of each year we host a smaller version of the full-blown, 9-12th grade research Symposium we put on in May of each year.  This mini-event is a presentation of the undersclassmen’s first phase of research.  We enlist the help of our upperclassmen and recent graduates who act as panelists to offer constructive feedback in our …

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Dec 15

Senior School Board Showcase

On December 14th, 2015, the entire Magnet senior class presented their summer internship work and projects to the Camas School District school board and community at the Zellerbach Administration Center.  After the poster fair, staff, students, and community convened for the regular school board meeting and listened to formal presentations of internships by seniors Tammy Chen and Anna Roche. …

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Jun 04

Imagine This 2015!

Over the weekend the CHS MST Magnet program traveled to Pullman, WA., to participate in the annual Imagine Tomorrow competition hosted by Washington State University (WSU).  According to the host, “Imagine Tomorrow challenges 9th through 12th graders to seek new ways to support the transition to alternative energy sources. Students research complex topics related to renewable …

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May 21

2015 Magnet Student Research Symposium

Magnet students in grades 9-12 presented this year’s research and project work at our 8th annual CHS MST Student Research Symposium. This year’s showcase included more than 45 original research projects.  Accenting the scientific overtones of the showcase were several student musicians from the program who provided piano entertainment in the Commons. After the open …

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