Category high-school engineering

The End is Nearing in Engineering- Taliah R.

Hello everyone whom has followed our amazing journey of the joyful struggles of this years sophomores engineering class.  The project we accomplished was not ever set in stone but that’s ok because we learned how to fix our mistakes and honestly with out having a plan we made this project the best most beautiful decks, […]

How to Not Cut Off Your Finger With a Pull Saw – Kelsey A.

A habit has been formed due to the necessity of completing as much school work as possible in the morning. With the nearing of the UIL Theatre Zone Performance on March 12 (Daisy Pulls It Off, presented by the Blue Star Theatre at the Austin PAC, we are the third play and shows start at […]

Matrix, Matrix On My Paper, Which Design is Worthy of Creation? -Maddy S.

Hello, fellow bloggers, it’s Maddy again. Since I wrote to you all last, some crucial planning decisions have been made. As Carmen mentioned, each set of pairs in our class has completed their inspiration boards, which I previously called a “living Pinterest board.” This allowed us to lay out how we envision the space to […]

A Plethora of Ideas – Kelsey A.

First off, I would like to introduce myself. I am Kelsey, I am tall, awkward, and in the engineering pathway. Second, I would like to mention that I am a very unphotogenic person meaning that I do not look nice in photos or take very good photos. Without further ado, I would like to now […]

Bonds Stronger Than Wood Glue- Ryanna H

Hi fellow engineers! Ryanna here to tell you all how this year’s project is going. Ava and I are working on finishing up our sketchup right now. It’s amazing how creative your ideas are when you get to collaborate. One thing we both wanted was a way to project onto the side of the school, […]

Revamp the Camp and its Grounds- Maddy S.

Hello, fellow bloggers, it’s Maddy a current sophomore at the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders and member of the Engineering Pathway. Over the course of these next few months, my classmates and I will be completing our Cornerstone Project which allows us to graduate on the Distinguished Achievement Plan and also determines the […]

Back to Physics and More!

Hello Project VENTURA readers!  As you might have heard from my classmate Briana these past few days during class we have been learning the principles of engineering.  All of these principles will help us build our green house!  And since this will be our first big building project it would be smart to review the […]