STEM without borders.
RHS was invited by the Georgia Department of Education to participate in a special project. Today a team of panthers traveled to the Georgia Tech Research Institute to take part in STEM without borders. This was an opportunity for our students to collaborate with other schools on a special project that will cross county lines and borders. The RHS students chose to work on building sustainable hydroponic growing towers and they will be teamed up with Monroe County High which will be experimenting with water purification.