The SEA is thankful for the support of St. Mary’s University and the University of the Incarnate Word at our Science and Engineering Fair. Each year both universities award hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships... [read more]
Several SEA students recently participated in the Hoffmann and Forester Elementary Schools math and science nights. As a part of our STEM Leadership Program, funded from a generous grant from Tesoro Community Investments, students are [read more]...
The Science and Engineering Academy visited The University of Texas at San Antonio Medical and Allied Professions School and explored the... [read more]
The John Jay Debate Team won first place in the region-wide debate tournament, held at Warren High School the second weekend in December. SEA senior Sarah Wopelle, and junior Ian Flynn, competed in the Varsity Policy Debate division. They went undefeated... [read more]
The ACE (Architecture Construction Engineering) Mentor Program’s mission is to enlighten and increase the awareness of high school students to career opportunities in architecture, construction management, and engineering. In the program... [read more]
Senior Daniel Reed won 1st place at the Regional Citizen Bee Competition this past Saturday. He now qualifies for the State Finals on Saturday, April 25, in Austin. Senior Matthew deGraffenreid placed third. The competition involves a... [read more]
The SEA is fortunate to have several wonderful partners who support students in a variety of ways. At the forefront are... [read more]