Muir Students Working Hard in Ms. Rodriguez’s 10th Grade Principles of Engineering Class

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Engineers of today knows that many of the most successful engineers weren’t merely forged while studying – they began their engineering journey while young, eager and full of possibility. That’s why at John Muir High School, they start them young. No matter how they arrived at engineering, they should know this: as an engineer they will face rewarding challenges, work with brilliant minds, put skills and talents to great use and shape a future where their tools, vehicles, structures and cities are more functional, efficient and accessible. Whether their interest and aptitude in science and maths have guided these young students to engineering. Maybe they love designing and building, or have ideas that will make the world a better place or they might even be driven to engineering by a cause they believe in, engineering can be used as a very functional tool in shaping their future as well as those around them.

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