Scientific Environmental Sustainability (SES)




This multifaceted course explores multiple high profile topics in science and sustainability in today’s world. Students will learn about the intricacies that go into sustainable building and agriculture such as the physics behind architectural design and insulation properties, as well as how they tie into the environment. After learning about these core concepts, students will apply their knowledge to design a structure of their own, gaining experience in the real world applications of low-impact architectural problem solving, computer aided design, and detailed project planning, including financial and time constraints.

Career fields: environmental science, conservation, engineering, design, ecology, green energy

2021 Schedule: 60-90 minute sessions that occur weekly from June 21st to August 16th

Grades: 9-12