LHS STEAM CLUBAshley Steels, STEAM Club Member is the Finalist in GA STEM Talk Competition.LHS STEAM Club Members at GA TechOur STEAM Members are praised by a GA Tech Professor for their outstanding questionsCebron Williams, STEAM Club Member wins the Eagle Scout Project grant for school gardening2017 STEAM Club Induction CeremonyMajor Adam Cole with Channing Gray, STEAM Club Vice PresidentHere is the bio of Channing Gray, our STEAM Club Vice President at Tuskegee NextMr. Nash, LHS Vice Principal releases the Aviation Theme Issue of The Space, magazine of the STEAM ClubMs. Claire Swinford, NASA RERC Director at the Museum of Aviation inaugurates the Lunar & Meteorite Materials ExpoA Section of the Crowd at the Lunar & Meteorite Materials ExpoLuella Elementary Students at the Lunar & Meteorite ShowDiscovering the Moon Play at the Lunar & Meteorite Materials ExpoMichael with his work on atherosclerosis, how blood clot is ormedDr. Shea Rose from the University of West Georgia presenting the certiifcate of merit to students at the Energy ExpoDuong Phong with his model of wind mill at the Energy ExpoA parent demonstrating energy conservation techniques at the Energy ExpoMaking plastic from milk during the Macromolecules WeekCloth Applique Work of Julie Vu, our STEAM Club President; the art work illustrates the structure of AmylopectinKolam Art on WaterThe Kolam Art: Nine Dot Secrets of Engineering DesignProf. Yuanzhi Tang from GA Tech at our STEAM ClubCoffee PaintingRock PaintingHandicraftChanning Gray interviewed on WGN radio in Chicagohttps://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10156630869729448&id=76625629447&refsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F&_rdrChanning Gray is now a certified pilot with his private pilot's license from the Illinois Aviation Academy"The Space" is the Official Magazine of the LHS STEAM ClubPasta Highway Design Challenge ContestPost-Secondary Education Advisor from the University of West GeorgiaPost Secondary Education Advisor from GA TechIndustry Advisor from Dairy Queen
"The Space" is the Official Magazine of the LHS STEAM Club
The LHS STEAM Club has been established) in 2014, fueled by the current federal emphasis on the infusion of Art into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) (STEM + Art = STEAM) and is anchored in the promise to expose our students to the entirely new ideas of infusing art forms, modeling and design thinking in their learning paradigms.
The STEAM Club provides a variety of opportunities for our students to explore and experience STEAM and allows them to apply the principles of STEAM in their own work. This experience enables them to realize and appreciate how their classroom learning experiences are related to the real-world experiences and how STEAM permeates in every aspect of our day to day living.
The LHS STEAM Club has set two main goals for the club: (i) to provide to LHS students the window of opportunities to create products through fusion of art and design into their STEM talents; (ii) participate in Workshops, Exhibitions, Summer Research, and in the Dinner Meetings in various reputed organizations. In our STEAM Club, members design, create and present their personal projects. They are encouraged to collaborate far and wide in all cross-disciplinary fields of art, design, and modeling. They participate in STEM and STEAM competitions and talks at the State, National, and International levels.
STEAM Club members also engage in research on the contribution of Leonardo da Vinci to the world of Science and Technology and on how he approached these disciplines during the Renaissance. They create several art pieces in the world of Concrete and Abstract arts through the application of different Chemistry principles and design principles in different kinds of painting including water, milk, and oil media art forms, cave painting, coffee painting, tea painting, In modeling they explore a variety of materials from cottage cheese to dough, to different polymer clay materials both natural and synthetic plus different hybrid materials. They explore diagrammatology through native art forms of Kolams.
The STEAM Club members will be informed of various STEM and STEAM events or competitions that take place in around Atlanta from time to time. Most of these events will be either in the week-ends, or in summer. Dinner meetings in recognized organizations will be after school on working days. Members can choose which events most interest them and can participate in them. It is the responsibility of the STEAM members and their parents/guardians to arrange for transportation and paying the fee if any for such events. Luella High School will not arrange for transportation or pay the fee or provide chaperons for such external events. Parents/guardians are solely responsible for the safety of their children during the travel and participation in these events.
STEAM Club members also will receive notifications on suitable State, National, and International events they are eligible to participate. Students need to make their own initiative through their parents to apply and qualify in these competitions. The sponsor will assist as much she could sans financial commitments on the part of her or the school. Where possible, the STEAM Club sponsor might use her professional membership in various associations to seek possible concession or exemption if any in the fee for events.
There is no Membership Fee for the STEAM Club. Students of all grade levels with all educational backgrounds, and socioeconomic settings are welcome to join the STEAM Club. Members will buy a shirt every year. The LHS STEAM Club will take active role in the celebrations of National Chemistry Week, Winter Chemistry Week, World Space Week, Earth, Energy, and Environment Week, and Macromolecules Week. World Heart Day, World Malaria day, World Hemophilia Day, World Cancer Day, and World Tuberculosis Day are observed with technical presentations and service activities.
Several leadership and service opportunities are available.
Join the STEAM Club to reap these benefits.
Dr. R. | Renuka.Rajasekaran@henry.k12.ga.us