Manitowoc Lutheran is building the 21st century learning environment
Over the past several years, Manitowoc Lutheran High School has focused on developing a strong STEM-based curriculum across all of our course offerings. The effects of this focus have led us to create new educational opportunities for our students to learn the skills they need to succeed in our community.
In 2012, we renovated our science wing to include state-of-the-art chemistry, science and physics classrooms and laboratories.
Two years ago, we launched our robotics program with the help of Lakeshore First Robotics, forming Team 7103 at MLHS.
This emphasis on hands-on STEM learning set us on a path that added engineering-based STEM courses into our daily curriculum.
With the additional curriculum, we needed an updated space to teach classes successfully. This summer, we renovated approximately 1,600 square feet of underutilized space into a STEM engineering lab. This classroom offers large wireless touchscreens, modular seating and energy-efficient lighting, as well as proximity to robotics and manufacturing labs.
We have created an environment focused on 21st century learning skills such as engineering, design, electronics, robotics and manufacturing.
For more information, contact us at 920-682-0215.
Rev. Norval Kock is president of Manitowoc Lutheran High School and director of mission advancement.
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