Clarkson has always been at the forefront of new technologies. This year we're building a new dedicated Esports/STEM room with help from our students.
The room will house PCs built by students to compete in various esports leagues, as well as 3D printers to promote design and manufacturing. We hope this new facility will inspire and engage young minds in STEM.
A big thank you and well done to Year 12 Photography student Spencer Locke for designing this amazing 6 metre long wall art for the new room. The printing company was very impressed with the standard of Spencer's work!
This week saw the successful launch of an exciting new initiative at Clarkson Community High School as we became one of the first schools in the northern corridor to register for META, a high school E-Sports league providing a competitive environment for CCHS to challenge students from all around Australia and New Zealand.
CCHS is proud to open our brand new purpose-built Esports/STEM room complete with student-built PCs for gaming and 3D printers to encourage and promote design and manufacturing in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths).
Esports is a great way for students to learn online etiquette, a team-oriented mindset, sportsmanship and leadership skills, providing opportunities for students of all year groups get to work together and build lasting friendships .