What do I want to be when I grow up????
Course selections become an important choice as early as 8th grade, and all the offerings in the Mt. Hope High School Program of Studies can get overwhelming for students and their parents.
Having a variety of classes to choose from is wonderful, but wouldn’t it be nice to have exposure to more real world experiences and to learn from people who have done or are doing what I am interested in?
A solution to this dilemma has been found.
Rogers Free Library, in conjunction with the new Bristol Municipal Career and Technical Academy, has created a program called…
The focus of Career Explorers is to allow enrolled students to match their interests/talents with the learning content offered by its speaker and planned experiences. Throughout the year a calendar of events, seminars and discussion groups will be posted here for your consideration. These are open to students from Mt Hope High School, 8th graders from Kickemuit Middle School and any other Bristol 8-12 graders. Throughout the year a calendar of events, seminars and discussion groups will be posted here for your consideration. These are open to students from Mt Hope High School, 8th graders from Kickemuit Middle School and any other 8-12 graders who live or study in Bristol.
If you are interested in learning more, please register below.
- Learn about composites at the Herreshoff Maritime Museum Please note that this class is full!
- Engineering Career Exploration – 7 Lessons, Wednesdays from 4-5 pm in classroom A136 at MHHS.
This course will give students a perspective into the various career paths of different Engineering fields. Students who join this course will be expected to work on a self-directed project of their choosing that relates to their career interests. This course will be taught by Dan Brogan, Adjunct Professor of Physics at Roger Williams University.
Week 1, December 13: Course Goals, Introduction of Topics, and how to get involved in your field of interest
Week 2, December 20: Mechanical Engineering
No class December 27
Week 3, January 3: Robotics Engineering
Week 4, January 10: Undersea Technology
Week 5, January 17: Space Mission Design
Week 6, January 24: Rocket Engineering
Week 7, January 31: Software & Artificial Intelligence