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Six former STA Pre-Professional Nursing students recently graduated from an internship program facilitated by Research Medical Center’s Emergency Department. These talented students were interviewed, selected, and completed 125 volunteer hours in the Level I Urban Trauma Center.
From the left: Alexa Rickman, Aspen Lacy, Kayla Bridgewater, Emily Doak, McKenna Petersen, Maria Schollmeyer.
The site of the new Summit Technology Academy / Missouri Innovation Campus is a busy construction area as work continues on this new Lee’s Summit R-7 school. The new facility is scheduled to open in August 2017 and is funded thanks to a 2015 no-tax-increase bond issue. Read more…
Congratulations to Riley Domville on winning first in the nation in the NAFME (National Association For Music Education) Electronic Music Composition Contest! His song also features Shaonnon Pointon. Both students were Digital Media Technology students at STA last year!
Click here to see a video for Riley’s project that received the award for #1 in US for NAFME’s National competition!
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Click here to learn about time-lapse camera of new Summit Technology Academy/MIC Building Progress
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New STA/MIC Groundbreaking highlighted on FOX4 News! Click here
Networking I & II at STA provides the ability to receive valuable certification for students to be prepared for the professional IT careers. Learn more about Cisco Networking Academies Learn more about Networking I & II at STA.
Lisa Oyler, a computer science teacher at Summit Technology Academy, was recently named the 2016 Missouri Air Force Association Teacher of the Year. Read more
The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District is among just eight districts in the nation to be designated as a CyberPatriot Center of Excellence by the United States Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot program. The school district, which has captured numerous awards in the national CyberPatriot program, learned of this honor during mid-March.
This prestigious status is awarded only to organizations that excel in emphasizing cybersecurity and developing the workforce of tomorrow. Students involved in the district’s high-school and middle-school CyberPatriot teams as well as students in the district’s Missouri Innovation Campus cybersecurity program have excelled in this high-demand area and are well prepared to become the next generation of cybersecurity professionals
To find out more about the CyberPatriot program, please visit their website at http://www.uscyberpatriot.org