Principal Hanifi Oguz and student, Eldar Muhic, to be honored May 17 at awards gala
Sandy, Utah—Beehive Science & Technology Academy has won two Best of State awards in the education category. Beehive won in the teacher training category, and Beehive’s Eldar Muhic won in the student K-12 category.
BEEHIVE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY STUDENTS CAPTURE NATIONAL CENTER FOR WOMEN & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AWARDS
Five students from Beehive Science & Technology were given awards from the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) on March 24 at the Instructure Canvas Headquarters in Salt Lake City.
KSTU AND BIG BUDAH BROADCAST LIVE FROM BEEHIVE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY
KSTU’s Big Budah broadcast live on the station’s “Good Day Utah” morning program from Beehive Science & Technology Academy on March 21. Beehive students were interviewed by Big Budah while they demonstrated a variety of STEM-related projects.
FIFTEEN BEEHIVE STUDENTS WIN AWARDS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
Salt Lake City--Beehive Science & Technology Academy students captured 15 awards at the University of Utah Science and Engineering Fair March 20 through 22. According to the University of Utah’s website, “The University of Utah Science & Engineering Fair (formerly named SLVSEF) is an annual science and engineering competition for students in grades 5-12. Participation in science fair stimulates students’ interest in science and technology while simultaneously promoting the development of communication, decision making, evaluation of alternative solutions and critical thinking.”
Sara Gwynn, a 10th grade student at Beehive Science & Technology Academy charter school, has received a Certificate of Excellence from The Prudential Spirt of Community Awards, and with a President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Beehive Science & Technology’s FIRST (an acronym for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO League Competition teams and FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics team had strong showings at the state championships, both held at Weber State University.
Beehive Science & Technology’s FIRST (an acronym for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO League Competition team, Plan Bee, captured two trophies in a qualifying round held Feb. 3. As a result, Plan Bee will be going on to the state competition to be held at Weber State University on Feb. 10.
A team of five students from Beehive Science & Technology has won a first-place prize in the gold tier division of the state competition of CyberPatriot. The five students are Czarina Land, Kaitlin Doddridge, Sahana Kargi, Sasha Singh and Tabarak Abdulameer. Beehive faculty member Sumeyye Guney oversees the CyberPatriot team.
BEEHIVE’S FIRST TECH CHALLENGE ROBOTICS TEAM MOVES ON TO STATE FINALS
Beehive Science & Technology Academy’s FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics team won first place in the robot game finals tournament held at West High School on Jan. 13. Twenty-four teams from Northern Utah took place in the competition for students in grades 7 through 12.
STEM Director of Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Mr. Ak mentioned 5th Annual Utah STEM Expo on KUED TV.
Beehive Science & Technology Academy, the Sandy-based charter school for grades 6 through 12, has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2017–2019.
BEEHIVE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY RECEIVES AN ‘A’ GRADE FROM THE UTAH BOARD OF EDUCATION
Sandy, Utah—Beehive Science & Technology Academy was one of only eight high schools in Utah to receive an A grade from the Utah Board of Education for 2017. The Utah Board of Education released its list of new grades in late September 2017.
BEEHIVE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY IS ONE OF THE FOUR TOP SCHOOLS FOR PASSING ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMS
Sandy, Utah—The Deseret News has reported that Beehive Science & Technology Academy is one of the state’s four top schools for passing Advanced Placement exams.
A team of students from Beehive Science and Technology Academy captured a third-place award in the robot game at the FIRST LEGO League Competition held this past weekend in Houston, Texas. To qualify for Houston competition, Beehive’s team, named Beehive Robotics, took first place in the robot game and won the first-place Champions Award at a competition held Feb. 11 at Weber State University in Ogden.
Two sixth grade students from Beehive Science and Technology Academy have won a High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge award during a competition held April 15. Beehive’s Timothy Holt and Allison Drennen received a special exception to compete against high school juniors and seniors at the Challenge. Holt and Drennen were the youngest students in the competition. The sixth graders were given $1,000 and the Best Prototype Award for their project, Air Scare.
Beehive Science and Technology Academy students Kim Drennan and Bailey Ellis were given awards by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) during the last weekend in March. Sahana Kargi was also presented with an honorable mention by the organization. The students participated in NCWIT’s Aspirations in Computing competition.
Nine students from Beehive Science and Technology Academy were among the winners at this year’s Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair held March 21 through 23, with the awards ceremony on March 24.
A Beehive Science and Technology Academy charter school ninth grade student, Cade Langsdon, has won first place in a graphic design contest sponsored by the Utah State Board of Education. Langsdon’s two graphics will be used to help promote the Utah State Board of Education’s Business and Marketing, and Information Technology Education summer conference for Utah educators.
Proceeds to help Beehive’s FIRST Lego League team go to Houston for world finals
Beehive Science and Technology Academy, will hold a spaghetti dinner/auction fundraiser .