Four students from Shoreland Lutheran High School (Somers, WI) competed in the Design and Build Challenge sponsored by GE at the 2nd annual Milwaukee Maker Faire in September 2015. Twelve different teams made up of professional engineers as well as college and high school engineering students received a design challenge to craft a vehicle that could traverse an obstacle course and deliver a healthy brain from one hospital to another for an organ transplant. At the end of the competition the four students from Shoreland Lutheran High School defeated the other eleven teams and their designs. The students from Shoreland were the only high school team in competition and are all members of the PLTW STEM program at Shoreland
This story has been published in the WI STEM Pathways Magazine for its spring edition, check it out on page 17 of the file located below. Praise be to God for this accomplishment and the promotion of Shoreland’s STEM Academy.