Senior Science Research
- The first goal of this class is to turn the lab work you've done into marketable products. Everyone will produce a research paper, a poster, and a PowerPoint presentation.
- The second goal of this class is to enter as many science, technology, engineering, and mathematics competitions as possible including the Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS), Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS), New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF), Google Science Fair, St. Joseph's College High School Poster Session, Afro-Academic Cultural Scientific Technological Olympiad (ACT-SO), Brooklyn College Science Day, and others.
- The third goal of this class is to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through service to Midwood High School, New York City, and the world.
- Grades are based on how many events you participate in. The more things you try, the better your grade will be. Important dates are in red. There are many extra credit opportunities. Students who fulfill the nominal class requirements will receive a grade of 85% (G) in the 1st marking period, 90% in the 2nd marking period, and 95% for the semester. See phi.sx/Grades_Seniors_Fall for a basic overview.