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ACEA School's push STEM!

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) are the foundations of the industrial and corproate world.  These four subjects represent the skill-set that is in high demand by employers today.  With the ever-increasing demand for scientists, and innovators, STEM education holds the key.  As such, The Anglican Central Education Authority continues to provide fun and educational, hands-on opportunities to unlock the minds of our students through innovative programs, clubs, and classes.

Also working within the STEM frame are the students of St. John’s College.  Students in the Physics Department under the direction of Fr. Shazz Turnquest, are building a solar powered go-kart.  The aim of this exercise is to make students aware of the potential of renewable energy not only within the built environment, but also in the wider world, including the transportation sector.  Through this program, students at St. John’s College are able to experience a hands-on approach to learning new skills that will ultimately enhance their overall educational development.  This effort was made possible through a generous monetary donation from Dr. Sparkman Ferguson, who for the past 6 six years, has donated proceeds from his Epiphany Organ Recital to St. John’s College. 

“The ACEA recognizes the importance of having our students involved in STEM initiatives which create strong learning environments that allow them to be more creative and relevant in the ever changing global environment,” says Jennifer Basden, Chief Development Officer of the ACEA.  “Getting involved in these types of activities help prepare our students and ensure they get the tools they need to further their presence in the arena of science and technology.”

 

 

 

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