• Learning by Doing

    Affordable housing design. Biofuel production. App development. These are all hand-ons, real-world challenges students face in their PLTW Engineering courses. Throughout the program, students step into the varied roles engineers play in our society, discover new career paths and possibilities, and develop engineering knowledge and skills. In addition, as students work in teams to design and test solutions, they develop in-demand, transportable skills like collaboration, critical thinking, and communication.

    High Schools with current Project Lead the Way "Pathway to Engineering" Programs

    • Glen Burnie
    • Meade
    • Severna Park
    • South River

     

     Learning and Growing by Investigating Medical Mysteries

    Working with the same equipment and tools used by lab professionals, PLTW Biomedical Science students are empowered to explore and find solutions to some of today's most pressing medical challenges. Through scaffolded activities that connect learning to life, students step into the roles of biomedical science professionals and investigate topics including human medicine, physiology, genetics, microbiology, and public health. Students work together in teams to find unique solutions, and in the process, learn in-demand, transferable skills like critical thinking and communication.

    High Schools with current Project Lead the Way "Biomedical Sciences" Programs

    • Glen Burnie
    • Northeast