The 21st annual Science and Engineering Exposition (S.E.E.), held on April 25, featured over 200 student-made displays of creativity and innovation. Parents, peers, faculty/staff, and Lower School students paid visits to three gyms where Grades 5-12 presented research posters, demonstrations, informative models, games, and maker activities.
- Model cars and houses
- Food science and the connection between food marketing and nutrition
- Models of human organs and systems
- Models of the sun and planets
- Experiments in botany, ecology, evolution and genetics
- Scavenger Hunt and Escape Room challenges
- Building and engineering activities
- Analysis of carbon footprints
- The Science of Sound (homemade instruments)
- Anatomy & Physiology research
- …and more!
This year’s S.E.E. also honored the 150th anniversary of the periodic table. For the past several years, S.E.E. has included a large-scale display of the periodic table, and 7th graders continued the tradition for 2019.