We Love Discovery
The SJP Sci-Tech club does three of four major things. First, we do student research projects - they can be short ones or long ones, but they're always at the center of what we do. Second, we visit area science facilities - bio-tech companies, pharmaceuticals, green technology startups and established physical research companies. Every visit is a great learning experience for all of us. We also do occasional just-for-fun competitions and have competed in the Greater Boston Physics Olympics. Finally, we help to facilitate student internships, and try to connect what students learn from partner companies with our school's 6-12 science curriculum.
Visit us in real life any Monday between 3 and 430pm in K207.
For February, 2019, there are two awesome things around the corner. MIT's Beaverworks summer program for high school juniors is open for business again! To learn more, check out this newscast from Boston's channel 5, and then click on the article below to read a bit about Nick and Eamonn's amazing summer adventure. More info and links are available at the right.
Second, the Physics Olympics is back! This year, St. John's will host the 32nd annual competition - it's a really fun mixture of build ahead events, physics knowledge and other surprises. If you love inventing, come on Monday to SciTech, and learn more! Also, you can click to our Olympics page for more details before you come on Monday!