The LHS "STEM Certificate Program"

Have you always had a knack for dreaming up inventions of your own, for tinkering, for fixing things?  Are you sparked by how things work, how you could make them work better, longer, faster?  Do you wonder about the natural world, how mathematical ideas fit into everything, how you could convince a computer to model the how and why of human brain activity?

If this sounds like you, you may be interested in the new STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Math) Certificate Program at Littleton High School!

Littleton High School is pleased to offer students who complete an approved set of coursework and extra-curricular high school experiences in STEM areas the opportunity to receive STEM Certification upon graduation. To be awarded certification, students will need to complete coursework beyond minimum graduation requirements and meet certain GPA requirements.

Intriguing coursework, opportunities to be creative, eye-opening off-campus experiences. Open and available to any student who wants a challenge and is willing to invest in his/her own future, beginning now.  That's the STEM Certificate Program at Littleton.

Technology Student Association
Needs You!

Come to the newly renovated Tech Lab (Room 0215) to learn about exciting opportunities and projects!  Everyone is welcome...even if you don't think of yourself as a "Techie"!
Events include:

Video Production
Children's Books
Video Game Design
Fashion Design 
Software Development

Meetings, events and project work will all count toward
"The 100"

Contact Mrs. Wilkins (pwilkins@lps.k12.co.us)

TSA meets the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month immediately after school.
NEW this year, cool tech demonstrations performed by UCD Graduate Students every 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month

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Keystone Science School's "H2O Outdoors" Program for STEM Kids

       Twelve STEM students  headed for the hills in late October for a field trip to The Keystone Science School's "H2O Outdoors" program.  This is an awesome science-based learning trip, just ask some of these kids who were able to go this year.