STEAM Director Speaks on Podcast

Mr. Greg Owsley discusses school innovation and data science with the Rockhurst University's Dean of the Helzberg School of Management, Cherl McConnell.

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Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes

Moses lives with cerebral palsy. When he was adopted by his parents, he carried a Captain America doll around with him wherever he went. As a result, the students decided to turn his wheelchair into a Captain America Avengers costume for Halloween!

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Students Make Cyanotypes

It was a very rewarding experience and showed me that while research can be a long and arduous process, it is not out of reach. All things considered, the process went rather smoothly when considering the complexity of the science we performed. It has been, and will continue to be, one of the coolest and most memorable things I have done at Rockhurst.

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Filmmaking Students produce Stop Motion Videos

My creative mind now uses filmmaking as a way to crave its hunger. I focused on a lot of close up shots to show emotion of my protagonist and antagonist. In stop motion, the number one lesson I learned was patience.

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Vatican Astrophysicist Vists Rockhurst

During the presentation, he spoke about how both faith and reason work together. He is fascinated by God’s Creation and he absolutely loves understanding how this universe was created and the science behind it.

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City Wide MECA Challenge

One of the most inspirational parts of the challenge was the mentors that were provided to us. They provided useful insight that helped our group succeed, and they have the experience that we lack.

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Intro to Computer Science - Project Sequence

Since every single freshmen at Rockhurst High School takes this course, our goal is to appeal to the broadest audience possible and to provide a more interesting feedback experience. If you ask our students what they want to learn, you will find the majority point to virtual reality and game design.

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Robotics Teacher Presents on National Stage

In the summer of 2018, Mr. Andy Wilcox presented at the National Science Teachers' Association STEM EXPO in Philadelphia, PA.

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Engineering students fix fishing boat

The family of senior Grady Schmitz had some electrical problems with their fishing boat. Sounds like a great project for the Robotics & Engineering 2 class!

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Reflection from a Summer Internship

The knowledge I was taught in high school was used extensively during this internship. I have learned many things that I was not taught in high school and have met multiple people that inspire me at such a young age. I am blessed to have the teachers at Rockhurst that pushed me to become the motivated individual I am today and to be involved in every aspect of my life. AMDG

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STEAM E-Newsletter a Success

In the 2017-2018 school year, about 5,000 people each year opened the STEAM E-Newsletter. This electronic vehicle allowed Rockhurst to celebrate the successes of STEAM-Related Rockhurst achievements.

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2018 Exeter Mathematics Institute

This year’s group of 88 educators averaged just over 100 students when asked how many students the teachers teach in a given year. This means that the two weeks of workshops impacts nearly 90,000 students!

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Drone Camp

Earnest McCoy, CEO of AltSpec UAS and RHS graduate of 2006 hosted an exciting hands on drone camp for Rockhurst students. They learned aspects of safety, FAA rules, drone components, flight and control theory, and experiences flying a drone with their own two hands!

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STEAM Stars Camp

Rockhurst High School was excited to partner with STEAM Stars this summer

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Principles of Engineering

This past year, 61 Rockhurst students experienced the new Principles of Engineering course. Future Rockhurst students will be eligible to earn the AP + PLTW student recognition.

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