R. B. Stall Aerospace Engineering Class Visits Charleston Airport Control Tower and Summerville Airfield

Mrs. Kimberly Pickett’s Aerospace Engineering class from R. B. Stall High School had a full day last Thursday visiting two local airports.

First they visited the Air Traffic Control Tower at the Charleston International Airport. Students got to see first hand the technology used to ensure safety in the skies every day.


Then they visited the Summerville Airport. The students got to meet five local pilots and see their airplanes up close in their private hangers.

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The students also got to launch the rockets they’d been working on in class that afternoon – they tested and documented the results in the field behind the school.

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Overall, it was a fantastic day of work-based learning & project-based learning for students in the Aerospace Engineering program at R. B. Stall HS!

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Learn & Earn with Paid Youth Apprenticeships – Applications Due ASAP


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Excellent student information session today on Youth Apprenticeships at Burke Middle-High School –
Thank you Mitchel Harp &  Lara McKenna from Trident Tech for sharing the good news with students!

Rising Juniors and Seniors should apply ASAP for their spot
in this amazing opportunity to Earn & Learn!

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Women in Charge Program at Moultrie MS Encourages STEM Career Exploration

Ms. Millibeth Currie teaches science at Moultrie Middle School and serves as Department Chair. She also proudly serves as the program director of “Women In Charge: Engineering Women’s Lives”

This award winning program brought home the Digital Innovation in Learning Award last year, and is empowering young women at Moultire Middle School each year with a passion for STEM.

Ms. Currie’s achievement in the classroom, and with her innovative program certainly are CTE Success Stories – just listen to the students describe their experiences in the video on the program’s website:

Thank you Ms. Currie for all your efforts to incorporate project-based learning and work-based learning in your students’ academic experiences!

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