Senior Justin Jasperse wanted to go to college after graduating from Burnsville High School but he wasn’t sure how that was going to happen.
When William Byrne STEM Elementary Principal Lyle Bomsta needed technical support for a project at his school, he turned to three Burnsville High School students.
Fiona Chow, Josh Johnson and Garrett Riedesel are in the Engineering Design and Development Class taught by Orion Patrie. This Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course requires students to work in teams on a real-life project of their choice.
Someday they’d like to be scientists, computer programmers, engineers or mathematicians, but now they’re female students at Burnsville High School and they’ve started a new club to encourage and support girls interested in STEM careers.
The Women in STEM club began last spring when senior Emily Reynolds realized the need for a club for girls who are interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). She knows that women are under-represented in STEM jobs and she wants to change that dynamic.
Burnsville High School senior Fiona Chow is a recipient of the TWIST EPIC Award from Target Corporation's Women in Science & Technology this fall.
On Friday, April 29, Vista View will be having a day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) at our school. During this day, all students will be engaged in STEM-related activities during their scheduled specialist time.
Students in a pre-engineering class at Metcalf Junior High in Burnsville faced a challenge: create a complicated contraption that runs for at least one minute and includes six simple machines.
Thanks to a grant from the Bosch Community Fund, Burnsville High School technology, engineering and design students will be learning and working in real-world conditions during their classes.
Two teams of Metcalf Junior High students brought home awards from the Fluid Power Challenge at the University of Minnesota in January.
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 offers specialized school options, including magnet programs, at the elementary and junior high school levels. These programs offer enhanced learning opportunities in addition to the District's core curriculum, providing families with academic choices and unique opportunities.