We had many winners but not all of them entered the SDP competition! Wowsers!!!!
The Science Leadership Academy at Beeber is a second campus of The Science Leadership Academy, an inquiry-driven, project-based public school focused on 21st century learning. The Science Leadership Academy at Beeber opened its doors on September 9, 2013 as a high school and welcomed the first class of 5th graders in September 2018.
SLA provides a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum with a focus on science, technology, mathematics and entrepreneurship. Students at SLA learn in a project-based environment where the core values of inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation and reflection are emphasized in all classes.
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We are excited to celebrate the accomplishments of 5 SLA Beeber students who received recognition at the regional Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. We are so proud of all who entered the competition! Students who placed in the competition include:
Charles Hart - “Gold Key” Award in Critical Essay for his essay “How Has History Led to the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict?”
Umme Orthy - “Silver Key” Award in Science Fiction and Fantasy for her story “Expedition of Transformation”
Dell Caldera - “Silver Key” Award in Dramatic Script for their script “The Void God’s Shared Dream”
Aniya Staley - Honorable Mention in Poetry for her poem “My Philadelphia, My Future”
Mariatu Fayia - Honorable Mention in Personal Essay and Memoir for her essay “Inside Scoop”
CONGRATULATIONS to the following students who placed in the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. This is a great accomplishment!
Naomi Green (11th grade) - Gold Key Award in poetry - “The House on W Columbia Avenue”
Lynsay Bennett (10th grade) - Silver Key in poetry - “A Suffocating Companion”
Miriam Corrales (9th grade) - Silver Key in Personal Essay and Memoir - “Lunch Line”
Antwyn Mapp (9th grade) - Silver Key in Personal Essay and Memoir - “The House on 52nd St”
I must adhere to the key ideals of inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, and reflection as a student at SLA Beeber. My capstone project will reflect all of these fundamental ideals. The goal of this project is to demonstrate the skills and abilities I’ve gained during my four years at school by creating my own project that will assist the community or society. In this project, I want to solve two problems with one solution. Addressing this problem has the potential to benefit all living things on the planet. The major purpose of my initiative is to reduce pollution and repair the ozone layer. We can improve environmental instability by making this product simple and available to everyone. In this project, I’ll build an electric bike as a prototype for an environmental improvement strategy. Individuals who seek speedy and convenient travel while reducing environmental impact will be offered the go-kart. By switching from steam to electric engines in autos. While this concept is based on those two aspects, environmental protection and human assistance, it is a step toward a better future because it could be mass-produced to reduce the usage of gas vehicles by making it more convenient for people. This strategy will benefit the community while also educating them. It will teach the community how to be free.
For my senior project, I learned how to cultivate mushrooms in multiple ways and posted it to tik tok to teach an online community. I started by researching multiple strains of gourmet mushrooms and chose the best for beginners. After buying the necessary items I began to document my growing process, I would later edit these videos into tik toks.
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