PLTW Students Honored and Celebrated with White Coat Ceremony
The Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Medical Interventions (MI) class received their coveted white coats in a ceremony to celebrate their accomplishments on March 28th. These 11 students were the first students to embark on a four-year commitment to the PLTW program. They took a chance and are now starting to see the fruits of their labor.
Not only have they given their time and energy, they have also maintained high GPAs while successfully completing additional science classes. On average, each MI student has already completed five science courses when only three are required for graduation. As they continue within the program, it is our hope that among these 11 students, they will graduate with over 80 science courses taken among them! Enough cannot be said for the diligence, self-motivation, and dedication these students have expressed throughout the past three years. With PLTW being project-based, hands-on learning, these 11 students are sure to put their skills to use in the community as interns, lab assistants, and employable young men and women.
As they sport their new white lab coats with the new Saint Joseph High School Biomedical emblem (created by Dolan Gilbert ‘19), please extend a congratulatory “shout-out” for a job well done. We are very proud of each of them!
The following students were presented with their white coats at the ceremony:
Posted on April 9, 2019