Project Profile

Reaction Game

My project began with a small idea from my brother. My brother is currently taking part in a clinical study with the company Neuroscape. He has an iPad where he does a number of tests in the form of a video game. One of the tests includes two different types of bugs. One he is […]

Testing Bioplastics

As the world looks to combat plastic pollution bioplastics present an appealing option, but are these bioplastics better for the environment? With regular plastics, the problem is they do not rot, over time once the crude oil is converted into a plastic form it will be present in our environment since it breaks down into […]

Get It Done

The Get It Done page is a website that allows busy students and adults alike to learn how to better utilize their calendars and reminders in order to organize their lives in a better, more well-ordered fashion. There are countless different calendar and reminder apps available on our smartphones. However, these apps don’t provide sufficient […]

LED Retrofit

Tail lights failing can be a dangerous thing in many situations. It can get you pulled over or worse, it can get you into an accident. Newer cars are fitted with LED lights throughout but older cars didn’t have this technology. Retrofitting LEDs into older cars can be a safety precaution that costs next to […]

Plastic Ocean

Plastic Ocean was a project inspired by my interest in environmental sciences and my desire to help reduce pollution, focusing on ocean garbage patches. Many people don’t fully understand the impact that they have on the natural world, and our collective ignorance towards matters such as ocean trash can be just as harmful as pollutants, […]

SHC Advisories

     SHC Advisories is a podcast where we send out google forms through Schoology to the SHC student body, asking them questions or advice they might need. We then take these questions and create podcast segments answering topics and giving our advice. For our sophomore year project, we wanted to highlight the important issue […]

Self-Playing Guitar

As a musician I have always been irritated by the extent of my kinesthetic abilities. I play the piano, guitar, bass, and more, however I can only play to the best of my ability. The human limit irritates many musicians when they try to play, or compose. Usually, in my case, I would try to […]

Intentional Living

Every person who is reading this has procrastinated at some point or another. But that’s okay! There is no need denying  it — we pretty much all do it. According to National University, 86% of high school students have experienced chronic procrastination. That is a daunting number, a number that has increased exponentially since lockdown […]

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