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Lyman High School is committed to providing educational opportunities that will prepare and empower students for an ever changing global society.

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Lyman High School
865 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood, FL 32750

407-746-2050 Main
407-746-2006 Fax

Principal
Mr. Michael Rice
407-746-2100


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    Latest Events, Fieldtrips and Institute News

    January 2015 - STEM Panel at the Orlando Science Center - Engineering students participated in a STEM panel event in which industry professionals discussed their educational and professional journeys. Students then enjoyed the Otronicon, an interactive technology expo showcasing military simulations, medical innovations, art and entertainment projects, panel discussions and early looks at the newest video-game platforms.

    January 2015 - Construction Career Days at the Central Florida Fairgrounds - Students from Ms. Valiquet's Civil Engineering and Architecture class participated in Construction Career Days, an educational outreach program designed to introduce school students to the wide range of career opportunities available to them in the construction industry in a hands-on environment.  Partner agencies and organizations responsible for the event include the Florida Department of Transportation, the Florida Transportation Builders Association, the Suncoast Utility Contractors Association, the National Association of Women in Construction and the Federal Highway Administration.

    February 2015 - Robotics - Robotics students met with world renown robotics researcher, Dr. Guy Hoffman from Israel for a community speaking engagement. He has created an entirely new field of robotics that deals with human interaction......robots with soul, robots that dance and create music.


    February 2015 - Regional SECME competition -
    Lyman's SECME Team placed in the Regional SECME competition Saturday, February 14th at UCF.  The mousetrap car team, Derek Zegke-Donahue, Juwan Buckner, Nasir Feaster, and Noah Juarez won 1st place advancing them to Nationals!  Gage Pritchard and Bianca Hardtke placed 2nd in the Bridge contest and Adriana Garcia and Katie Caldwell placed 2nd in the Egg Drop competition.  Congratulations to all of the Engineering Students for your work on all of your designs!‚Äč

    June 2015 -Seminole State College Intensive Summer Program - Lyman students participated in SSC's Intensive Summer Program 2015.  This year they explored several new technologies and how they are applied in Engineering and related fields, to include the 3D Modeling and Design process, 3D Printing and Alternative Energy sources.

    January 2016 - Construction Career Days at the Central Florida Fairgrounds - Students from Ms. Valiquet's Civil Engineering and Architecture class participated in Construction Career Days, an educational outreach program designed to introduce school students to the wide range of career opportunities available to them in the construction industry in a hands-on environment.  Partner agencies and organizations responsible for the event include the Florida Department of Transportation, the Florida Transportation Builders Association, the Suncoast Utility Contractors Association, the National Association of Women in Construction and the Federal Highway Administration.


    February 2016 - Regional SECME Competition - Lyman's SECME Team won a close second overall for the UCF SECME Regional Competition, February 13th.  Students worked smart and diligently to earn Lyman's awards:

    1st Banner,  1st and& 3rd Bridge, 1st & 3rd Math

    2nd Energy Transfer Machine (invited to the statewide Energy Whiz Competition in May)

    2nd Mousetrap Car

    Best Interview - Mousetrap Car

    Best Technical Drawing Mousetrap Car

    3rd  Essay and the Rocketry Club had a long hang time on their bottle rocket.  Congratulations to all who participated through the year!!

     

    February 2016 - NASA OPSPARC Competition

    Two teams from Mr Carreiro's Aerospace class were recently chosen as finalists in the NASA OPSPARC Competition. They were chosen from a group of 1500 teams who entered. The students were tasked with creating a Spinoff design from an existing technology aboard the James Webb Space telescope. A Spinoff is an idea or design which takes existing space technology and re-purposes it to a solution to an Earthbound problem.

    - Michael Nelson, Dylan Sutch, Cassius McMannus and Nick Roche decided to take the micro-shutters aboard the telescope and re-purpose them into a high tech filtration system for air and other fluids.

    - Patrick Wilson, Uday Katravulapalli, Graysen Parish and Elijah Goldberg chose to use those same micro-shutters to develop a camera lens which can survey large crowds and focus on individuals. The implications for national security and crowd control are vast.

    -Thomas Masterson, Tyler Gentry, Justin Grimes and Denver Bourassa took the Cryo-Cooler aboard the James Webb Telescope and applied it to massive data centers and server hubs to reduce operational temperature, save money and increase efficiency.

    The students are currently working with NASA mentors to further their designs and are competing for a chance to be flown out to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, on June 29th & 30th to present their work in person to the JWST team. These students will also have the opportunity to meet and work with NASA engineers and scientists and see behind the scenes the exciting work that is taking place at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.