The Stritch boys’ golf team has been in full "swing" the last 8 weeks. It has been a fun season for the 4 Seniors: Matt Payeff, Andrew Flowers, Bryce McGrady and Chris Pfaff. Matt Payeff has led the team in scoring and has had some of his best rounds this year. With that being said, it has been a total team effort this year. Currently with a 4-2 record in the TAAC, the team is looking forward to the TAAC Championships the last week of September and the state Tournament that begins on September 28th.
On the heels of the news that the Stritch Robotics team has again qualified for a trip to Fargo, ND to compete in the BEST Regional Robotics competition, the reality again set in - they have less than 6 weeks to raise $10,000.
Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School’s Robotics Team placed third in the Northern Plains BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) 2016 regional championship competition in December in Fargo, North Dakota.
Find out more about the Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School Robotics Team.
Students enrolled in the STEMM program at Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School recently started using a new device in the classroom that is proving to be extremely useful.
That’s because students have access to a 3D printer, a tool that is being utilized by businesses and college classrooms across the nation.
Students are now able to produce tools and parts that they otherwise don’t have access to. These items are then able to help students with projects that otherwise wouldn’t be created because of limited resources.