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  •  Zaouague with the robotic arm

    Innovation Excellence: Adam Zaouague's impactful journey at Reata

    An Overland High School and Cherry Creek Innovation Campus (CCIC) alum is gaining significant recognition for innovation at Reata Engineering & Machine Works. Adam Zaouague set out to improve whatever he was tasked to do. At the end of Zaouague’s summer internship, he created a presentation on how the company could use robots to make their production run more efficiently.

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  •  Ty Gillespie working on computer

    9News: Blind student wants to help peers overcome obstacles to careers in STEM

    Ty Gillespie is the first youth apprentice in the nation to complete the Salesforce Certified Administrator Program through the Blind Institute of Technology! Ty is a Grandview student who is currently working on his Computer Science capstone where he is developing a scientific calculator that can be easily used by the visually impaired. He is creating braille buttons, sounds, and vibration feedback for this scientific calculator.

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  •  Jacob Peterson with student in classroom at CCIC

    Apprenticeship provides key to career path for Jacob Pedersen

    Jacob Pedersen, former Cherry Creek Innovation Campus (CCIC) student and current CCIC Advanced Manufacturing Specialist, received the Apprentice Trailblazer Award in Washington D.C. presented by U.S. Dept. of Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona. Thank you for sharing your story and inspiring our students at CCIC, Jacob!

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  •  West Middle School students build community through design challenge

    West Middle School students build community through design challenge

    Students at West Middle School recently participated in a schoolwide design challenge designed to help students think creatively while creating new friendships throughout the school.  Students worked in groups made up of sixth, seventh, and eighth graders in order to build new connections.

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  •  Neil Bhavikatti, senior at Cherry Creek High School

    CBS4: Cherry Creek HS senior takes problem solving to the next level

    CBS Colorado, along with its partners at Chevron and the Colorado School of Mines, spotlights a high school student excelling in STEM. The first winner of the 2023-24 year is Neil Bhavikatti. He's a senior at Cherry Creek High School. Math is his favorite subject, and he explores it in many ways.

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