Students in Mr. Hagedorn’s Physics Class used a toy car, a stop watch and a ruler to determine the speed of the car and learn more about the constant movement of an object. MCA students are able to earn college credit in this course through a partnership with MATC. It is an innovative way for students to begin their post-secondary education by taking college courses while still in high school.
Our scholars are connecting what they are learning to a career path as they plan, design and construct a “small house” as part of the tiny house movement. We’ll keep you posted. Cool project!
An MCA Tech Ambassador repaired a broken laptop on November 7. Tech Ambassadors provide Level 1 Tech Support to students and staff and have fixed or repaired over $5,000 worth of broken student laptops so far this year.