What a pleasure it was, indeed, to see all four grades of our program back together last night, May 25th, for our 15th annual MST Research Symposium. Students presented their work informally in the CHS …
We’d like to cordially invite you to join us for the 15th annual Camas High School MST Magnet Program Student Research Symposium, on Wednesday, May 25th, 2022, in the CHS commons and theater, from about …
Congratulations are in order for CHS/MST junior Aiden Bai who placed 3rd in the Systems Software category on May 13th, 2022, at the 2022 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair. Aiden’s project and presentation of …
In a “typical” school year we have two MST parent sponsored breakfasts. During the first semester, we usually have one on the Friday before winter break. The second semester breakfast usually takes place on a …
We love hearing from our graduates and seeing how the varied paths they diverge onto after graduation take them to great places near and far. Last week we heard from 2017 CHS/MST graduate Jason Kim …
MST students in grades 9-11 recently competed in the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair. Many of them took home awards and honors. Congratulations, Magnetos! Here’s a summary of awards that were reported: MST Junior …
Congratulations are in order for MST Sr. Sunny Wang. He was recently named as a finalist in the 80th Regeneron Science Talent Search AND as a National Merit Scholar Finalist! Wow! For his efforts in …
MST Jr. Joy Young was recently awarded the 2022 Oregon and Southwest Washington Affiliate Honorable Mention distinction from the Aspirations in Computing program. Ms. Young was selected from a field of nearly 3500 applicants. Congratulations, …
MST sophomores recently finished their reading of Lord of the Flies and were challenged as part of their final assessment to create an artistic “sketch” or interpretation (colored, penciled, digitized, etc.) that blended both universal …
Team 2471 unveils this year’s robot. Check it out … Let’s go!
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Students in Mrs. Dean’s AP Environmental Science class toured the Vancouver Water Resource Center on 11/21/13 and had a blast!
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Mark your calendars for our annual senior symposium held at Zeller Auditorium on Monday, December 9th from 4:30-5:30 PM. Our seniors worked hard during their internships over the summer and want to share their research with you.
Don’t Kyle and Austin look spiffy in their hard hats during their internship at the City of Camas?
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Sophomore magnet students use Chromebooks to do a table reading of a draft of a shared screenplay they’ve written together for the Julius Caesar video assignment. As they read through the document, they digitally dialogue and make edits via the shared Drive document they’ve created.
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About every other year we take MST magnet students to Ashland to see plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. It serves as a community builder, but it also supports and nurtures the connection between the English course work students do and the work they do in MST.
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Magnet students attempt to pick up with chopsticks as many jelly beans as possible in 30 seconds to unpack Malcolm Gladwell’s ideas about practice and opportunity in his chapter on The 10000 Hour Rule. Student designed and taught lesson.
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Sophomore magnet students study for a grammar quiz using the new CHS Samsung Galaxy Tab cart.
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