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Engineered For Honors Credit

Engineered For Honors Credit

Braedon Harris, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2018

Students entering high school are pressed with major questions. They are asked to make life-changing decisions, like choosing a college and career path. The pressure is especially heavy on MST students, who are expected to go above and beyond their peers. It is a whole new world, way different than m...

Career, Technology Students Use Skills to Help Homeless

Career, Technology Students Use Skills to Help Homeless

Eden Amberber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 3, 2017

The technology education program has put together a project in which they will create units of shelter for homeless families to sleep in at night. Instructors expect 50 units to be completed by Dec. 16. These units, or pods as the students call them, will be small, portable and lightweight. Print imaging...

Ben Ayala

Ben Ayala

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

December 14, 2016

"Biomedical engineering interests me because it combines both an artistic skill set and knowledge of medicine. The engineering aspect will be the most challenging to me because I do not have prior experience in the engineering field," Ben Ayala, 11.

Eli Lewis

Eli Lewis

Emily Molden and Elena Gary

September 6, 2016

"I want to be an engineer, or [do] a trade job of some sort. Engineer because I love to design stuff, and trade because I love being hands on. [The Engineering program] is very hard, which is good preparation for college, and it gives you a lot of good skills that you will need for engineering and prepares...

Computing with the Fatherboard

Eden Amberber, Reporter

June 1, 2015

The school bell rings, he quickly grabs his keys, leaves campus and hastily drives to the world’s fourth-largest informational technology provider. Once there, he works with a computer’s circuit board, glances at his partner, looks forward and sees his future, a job concerning design, invention and...

Helicopter lands for class demonstration

Helicopter lands for class demonstration

Myles Bolden

February 19, 2013

Emilie Baxter, second year engineering teacher, is responsible for the bright red helicopter that landed behind North Garland’s athletic field house on Feb. 19. Baxter is in charge of the high-school level Project Lead Way, an engineering course exclusively offered at only two schools in GISD, Jackson...