Technology

Building STEPS prepares students for college and careers

May 10, 2017

Building STEPS is a program that prepares students in Baltimore for college and careers with a focus on science and technology. I want to say thanks to everyone in Building STEPS and everyone that’s involved with the program. My journey through Building STEPS has been an experience of a lifetime, from climbing trees at Genesee Valley all the way to learning science, technology, and engineering and mathematics skills.

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Syncere Harris: Scholar-Athlete

May 9, 2017
Syncere Harris: Scholar-Athlete

Syncere Harris is an 11th grader, an honor roll student, and a track team member who has been doing indoor and outdoor track for 1-2 years at Patterson High School.

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Where is Patterson’s New School Building?

May 8, 2017
Where is Patterson’s New School Building?

In 2010, funding was approved to replace the whole Patterson High School building with a brand new one but little progress has been made since that time. Patterson High School has a poor facility condition which means that the school is pretty run-down and is now getting worn out. The Patterson Press decided to investigate the reason for this delay and discover what the plan is for the new building.

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Code Baltimore teaches students how to program apps for Apple products

April 12, 2017
Code Baltimore teaches students how to program apps for Apple products

Code Baltimore is an after school program at Patterson High School. The program is about learning the Apple’s official language, “SWIFT”.

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Journalism class visits Newseum

April 10, 2017
Journalism class visits Newseum

Students from Mr. Pesa’s journalism class along with students from several other classes participated in a field trip to the Newseum in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2017. The purpose of the trip was for the students to learn more about how the news is made, explore issues surrounding first Amendment freedoms and see the history of news back in the day through rare artifacts, hands-on exhibits and multi-media displays.

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Blue Angels visit Patterson High School

January 22, 2017
Blue Angels visit Patterson High School

Members of the famous Blue Angels stunt pilot team visited Patterson High School on September 14th to talk to students about their jobs and flight experience.

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CyberPatriot competition teaches students cyber-security skills

January 22, 2017
CyberPatriot competition teaches students cyber-security skills

CyberPatriot is a program in which students are given images (operating systems) that have some errors in it and we are supposed to secure them. As we secure the image we gain points each time and if we make it unsecured we will lose points.

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Zeta team upset after STEM loss

January 21, 2017
Zeta team upset after STEM loss

Students competed in the 2016 STEM competition on November 11th. The STEM competition is an annual event at Patterson that involves challenges based mainly on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

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Interview with Ms. Ball about VEX Robotics Competition

January 21, 2017
Interview with Ms. Ball about VEX Robotics Competition

Below is an interview with Ms. Ball about the VEX Robotics Competition.

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Patterson and NAF Students Help Create Prosthetic Hands For Those In Need

January 20, 2017
Patterson and NAF Students Help Create Prosthetic Hands For Those In Need

By Amadou Bah, Students from two Baltimore high schools (Patterson & National Academy Foundation)  had the chance to create prosthetic hands for children around the world. Both Mr. Yates and Ms. Ball selected six students to go on the field trip on Oct. 3, 2016. Students from Patterson High School and National Academy Foundation (NAF), […]

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Ms. Ball Wins “Teachers are Heroes” Award

November 15, 2016
Ms. Ball Wins “Teachers are Heroes” Award

This year’s nominee of Teachers are Heroes was Ms. Sharon Ball. She was nominated by her colleague Mr. Nicolas Yates. Ms. Ball used to be an Engineer; now she’s a teacher at Patterson High school. She teaches Engineering classes, coaches Robotics, and mentors students in STEM programs.

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Coding Club is Back to Making Apps

November 1, 2016
Coding Club is Back to Making Apps

Coding Club is an inspiring way to learn about computer science, Cyber security and a lot more things about the internet-even apps. In Coding Club, you can make websites; it’s about developing knowledge that is useful to have. In Coding Club, you learn new things that it is very far beyond the average human knowledge. It can give you a pathway of engineering or computer science.

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