Farmington High School Project Lead the Way Engineering Program

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Farmington High School offers students three courses through Project Lead the Way. Get a view of what students are working on in class.

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Farmington High School Project Lead the Way Engineering Program

  1. 1. STEM OFFERINGS / PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Farmington High School – 2012-2013 School Year
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TOENGINEERING DESIGN
  3. 3. Students complete a “reverse engineering project” as part of the class. Junior Cory Witt finishes up his model. INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
  4. 4. Freshman Michael Sasso compares his actual product to the 3D Model he created with the computer.INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
  5. 5. Sophomore Weston Loeschke puts the final touches on his reverse engineering project, an old fashioned hand mixer. INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
  6. 6. Sophomore Weston Loeschke puts the final touches on his reverse engineering project, an old fashioned hand mixer. INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
  7. 7. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  8. 8. Students completed a “Recycling Center” project. Their goal is toseparate glass, plastic and steel marbles using a control system software in associationwith materials handling devices. Sophomore Tyler Knutson is hard at work on his project. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  9. 9. Junior Keegan Markwardt and Sophomore Chandler Ulrich hard at work on their project.PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  10. 10. Separating steel from acrylic using electromagnets. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  11. 11. Team members Blake Smith, Zach Harvey, Patrick Sunderman, and Devin Widmer present their successful sorting device. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  12. 12. Successful marble separation using a photo-resistor. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  13. 13. Team members Josh Patterson, Jake Rogers, Dan Berg and Trent Seal shown with their model and control systems program. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
  14. 14. CIVIL ENGINEERINGAND ARCHITECTURE
  15. 15. Students work on a residential structure project.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
  16. 16. Senior Brady Oslund works on his design.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
  17. 17. Juniors Ellen St. George and David Talley show the variety of shapes and sizes the projects can take.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
  18. 18. Junior Michael Becker develops his floor plan.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
  19. 19. Junior Nick Kammueller changes the exterior materials of his residential structure.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
  20. 20. INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERINGCIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE FARMTINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

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