The Engineering Pathway challenges students to create, design, build, discover, collaborate and solve problems. The curriculum requires students to engage in various activities, projects, and problem-based learning through hands-on classroom experiences.
STEM education programs, like the one offered by PLTW engage students in activities, projects, and problem-based (APPB) learning, which provides hands-on classroom experiences. Students create, design, build, discover, collaborate and solve problems while applying what they learn in math and science. They're also exposed to STEM fields through professionals from local industries who supplement the real-world aspect of the curriculum through mentor-ships and workplace experiences.
Tribe Robotics, FRC 4123, is an open robotics team founded in 2014 in Bellflower, CA. Our team consists primarily of St. John Bosco High School students but we are open to any high school student joining our team. The majority of our team members are enrolled in the SJB Engineering Pathway. In the past five years, all 20 graduates of Tribe Robotics have gone on to four-year universities to study a STEM related field. Tribe Robotics competes in FIRST® Robotics competitions annually.