County Prep/ATD High School hosted its second summer STEM Camp this year at the Earl W. Byrd Center, from July 11th - July 28th. This year's program featured frog dissections, rocket design and propulsion, as well as activities in the hydroponics lab. Students got to spend three weeks honing their science, technology, engineering and math skills under the supervision of science instructors Stephanie Szymanski, Nick LaVolpe, Mark Sotardi, Rafael Rosario, and Feridinad Ramos. Along with HCST staff, STEM in Arts, Partners in Education, LLC collaborated with the program to bring fun, innovative and educational lessons to our students. Under the direction of County Prep/ATD High School Assistant Principal Mark R. Rogers, this year's program was once again a huge success. Mr. Rogers said, “Next year we hope to expand this program to all of our district students with the goal of providing more diverse learning opportunities to our HCST community”.