Roger D. Gehring Academy of Science and Technology Magnet School

At Roger D. Gehring Academy of Science and Technology, students participate in interdisciplinary, hands-on projects which incorporate standards-based learning in the school created community gardens, tortoise habitat, biomedical science and engineering labs, and technology and media rooms.

Using the renowned Project Lead The Way Launch curriculum, we provide students with unique opportunities to work collaboratively, identify problems, apply what they know, persevere through challenges, find unique solutions, and lead their own learning.

Our school offers before school clubs such as; Coding, Robotics, Math, Choir, Art, and JAWS. In addition, we have recess-time clubs in Athletics, Art, Music, and Library activities. Our instructional day includes an additional 19 minutes beyond the traditional CCSD instructional day.

Engineering for Kids Camps & Classes

Engineering for Kids brings the excitement of STEM education to children, through hands-on experiments. Our camps, for ages 4 through 14, nurture students’ natural curiosity by guiding them in experiments that will show them the real-world relevance of the theory they learned in school.
Our campers are divided into three age groups with age appropriate curriculum. (Grades K-1, Grades 2-5 and Grades 6-8)
Here are some of our current offerings:
3D Printing & CAD, VEX Robotics, Lego EV3 Robotics, Coding, Minecraft & Roblox Moding, Hands-on Engineering, Video Game Design and much more!

SOL Traveler

The Sol Traveler: A Portable Solar Energy Classroom Kit is a great way to introduce students to engineering and solar energy and a free resource for Nevada teachers! (Recommended for grades 8th-12th) The Sol Traveler is a compact solar water heater that uses two types of solar energy. A 10-watt photovoltaic panel provides power to pump the water and a thermal panel absorbs the sun?s energy to heat the water. Included with the Sol Traveler educational kit is a guide that shows how to set up the kit and instructions for a laboratory experiment involving data collection, analysis, and calculations.

UNLV Independent Summer Research Studies

UNLV Independent Studies are an opportunity for advanced students in the College of Science to explore their desired major. Independent study courses vary among departments within the College of Science. It is strongly advised that students interested in this program seek input from an advisor, the department or school chair and/or the College of Sciences Advising Center.

Kermit R. Booker Senior Innovative Elementary School

Located in Las Vegas for over 60 years Kermit R. Booker Sr. Innovative Elementary School is deeply rooted and tied to the Las Vegas Community. Kermit Booker is a Victory School, with curriculum based on S.T.E.A.M. We inspire, challenge, and engage the minds of the future through innovation, collaboration, and recognition.

Summer Research EXperience (REX)

The Summer Research EXperience is a six-week long research program offered for High School and Community College students. We aim to provide an introductory STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) research experience to students who have no formal research training beyond high school courses. The program lasts from June 26 to August 4. Students must be 18 years or older and they receive a stipend of $1200.

Student Interactions with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (SISTEM)

The Student Interactions with STEM (SISTEM) program is a series of talks and hands-on interactions open to all high school students in Southern Nevada.
SISTEM is a series of talks and hands-on experiences that gives high school students the opportunity to learn about various STEM careers and research. The program is free for students.

Mojave Agriculture Science Academy at Mojave High School

M.A.S.A is a rigorous applied science program that instructs students about plants, food production, floral design, greenhouse management, animals, natural resources, nutrition and much more. Throughout the program students are also taught a wide variety of employable skills, including but not limited to verbal and written communications skills, leadership skills, and management/technology skills for future internships and possible employment.

Agricultural Science Education uses a three-circle model of instruction. These models are classroom and laboratory instruction, and experiential learning. The successful integration of each of these three components with the handson teaching model results in a strong program that produces well rounded individuals who are prepared to be leaders in agriculture, business, and all professional industries.

The Planetarium

Welcome to Southern Nevada’s only public planetarium, where the stars are literally the stars of the show. Our 68-seat theater features an Evans & Sutherland Digistar 5 high definition hemispheric video projection system that creates virtual realities on an impressive dome surrounding the audience.

We present different events and shows to the general public on weekends and to local schools on weekday mornings. In addition, the Las Vegas Astronomical Society calls our planetarium home, and the CSN college astronomy professors use the facilities during introductory astronomy courses.

Springs Preserve

The Springs Preserve is the premier place in Las Vegas to explore the valley’s vibrant history through interactive science and nature exhibits, a botanical garden, hiking, trails, and live animal shows. Our mission is to create a visitor experience that builds culture and community, inspires environmental stewardship and celebrates the vibrant history of the Las Vegas Valley.