Future City


What is future city?

Future City is a cross-curricular project that helps students better understand the practical applications of math and science. Solving environmental problems while respecting the needs of a growing city is a hard balance to find but with the help of a real life engineer the students create answers.

For the 2017-2018 school year, St. Mary had two teams who participated in Future City on January 13, 2018.  Both teams, Gen Z and Aeternam, put together two great cities with the theme, "The Age-Friendly City."  We thank the parents for all the help with the competition, as well as the mentors for sharing time and expertise with the students.  We are proud of the cities the two teams created and their presentations.

2017-2018 - Gen Z and Aeternam Teams Future City

For the 2016-2017 school year, St. Mary had two teams who participated in Future City.  Both teams, Greenthumbtopia and the Parks and Wrek team, put together two great cities focusing on the "Power of Public Spaces."  Greenthumbtopia placed 3rd Place!  We thank the parents and mentors for all the help with the competition, and for sharing time and expertise with the students.  

 2016-2017 3rd Place Finalist - Greenthumbtopia!

 2016-2017 Parks and Wrek Team

 Parks and Wrek

Learn more by visiting their website. It does a great job explaining what the competition entails.

Students participating in this program must have SELF-DISCIPLINE and SELF-MOTIVATION to meet the demands of this project.  

There will be a brief introductory meeting with Mr. Czajkowski for all of those interested. Each of the teams will have 3 members that work together on the project. If you do not have a group of 3 in mind but would like to participate please come to the meeting and we will find a spot for you. If you cannot make it to the meeting please contact us and we will get back to you.

 

 


Leader

 

Adam Czajkowski

Email: czajkowskia@stmaryhc.org