Project Lead the Way students qualify for college creditStudents from Superior High School’s Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program have qualified to earn college credit from Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Students from Superior High School’s Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program have qualified to earn college credit from Milwaukee School of Engineering. Project Lead the Way is an engaging, hands-on national engineering curriculum with four core courses offered at Superior High School. To qualify for college credit, students must earn an 85 percent average within the class, pass a rigorous online exam with a minimum score of 70 percent, and maintain a professional portfolio.
Students who have earned college credit in Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) are Molly Adamscheck and Chase Schorr.
Students who have earned college credit in Digital Electronics (DE) are Dominic Frost and Brentton Paulus.
Students how have earned college credit in Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA) are Morgan Sannes, Nick Van Ert, Johnathan Finkbeiner, Luke Tunell, Brian Schmitt, Samuel Minor, and Alex Meehan.
Frost, the only senior of the group will be attending Milwaukee School of Engineering in the fall and majoring in electrical engineering.