• Warrior Academy

    Engineering

    "Where Learning Meets the Future"
     

     

    The New Egypt High School Warrior Engineering Academy is designed to enable students to gain an understanding of the skills to use creative and systems thinking in the multiple facets of an engineering career.  Warrior Engineering Academy students will be placed on a four-year academic pathway that will be innovative while addressing “College and Career Readiness” skills.  They will gain knowledge in this particular field of study and cover all high school pre-requisites for acceptance into competitive post-secondary institutions.  This program will empower students in the development of the key skills; critical thinking/problem solving, research, reading, writing, speaking/presenting, and teamwork, and include subsets of these skills, such as analyzing, reasoning, negotiating and questioning.  The rigorous courses (some achieving college credit) will enable students to apply these skills while identifying how the material connects to other academic subjects. Warrior Engineering Academy students will gain knowledge and skills that are relevant to a range of careers.  

     

    Students who are accepted into the Warrior Engineering Academy will:

     

     

     

     

     

    • Tailor their elective choices to focus on Engineering.
    • Require a minimum of seven academy electives completed or enrolled by February of Senior year.

    • Technology, Engineering and Social Responsibility and Computer Science are 9th grade required courses.  Sustainable Engineering and Digital Engineering are 10th grade required courses.  Students may choose the remaining courses.

    • Successfully complete Senior Practicum during their Senior year.

    • Shadow engineering and medical professionals
    • Participate in professional development workshops
    • Earn potential college credit

    Available Engineering Courses:  

    STEMACA100 - Technology and Socially Responsible Engineering 

    STEMACA110 - Introduction to Computer Science

    STEMACA200 - Sustainable Engineering

    STEMACA210 - Advanced Computer Science

    Academy Meeting:
    • Every other week, typically Thursdays 2pm - 2:45pm

    Senior Year:

    • Potential college credit courses
    • Engineering Field Placement

    Portfolio & Capstone

    • Students will maintain a portfolio to capture reflections on service learning, academic coursework and additional Academy experiences.

    The Capstone Project is a culmination of experiences where students utilize skills and knowledge acquired throughout high school and the Academy during a formal presentation.

     
     
     
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      Any questions or concerns, please email Mr. Fowler at fowlerd@newegypt.us
     
      
     
     
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