Sherwood launches the Project Lead the Way Engineering Program
Do you know who is going to help stop global warming? Or help develop new ways to treat and cure cancer? Create a car whose only emission is water? Engineers, that’s who. If you want to see how your science can be applied to help make a difference in the world around you, take some engineering courses at Sherwood High School.
“PLTW is truly a fantastic introduction to the field of engineering and incorporates assignments that help you to visualize yourself as an engineer and explore the education that comes with it.”
-Adam Berger, 2013 Sherwood Graduate, UMD-College Park Bioengineering Major
“A lot of the material we learned was covered in the basic mechanics classes I had to take during my freshman and sophomore years of college. It gave me a leg up in comparison to some of my peers who never had exposure to the concepts taught in Intro and POE."
-Dema Tzamaras, 2012 Sherwood Graduate, UMD-College Park Civil Engineering Major
“Taking PLTW courses has given me a head start with assignments, and a step ahead of the other students that is so valuable in such a competitive field.”
-Lauren Paese, 2012 Sherwood Graduate, Penn State Civil Engineering & Architecture Major
What should I take?
Need More Information?
Contact Brendan Lees, Project Lead the Way Engineering Academy Coordinator