The second annual Biomedical Bash is happening at Snider High School in Fort Wayne Community Schools this Saturday. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about Snider’s Project Lead the Way (PLtW) Biomedical program, meet some of the current biomedical students, participate in science activities and games and join Be the Match bone marrow registry. A silent auction will take place from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. with proceeds donated to Matthew 25.
Snider students have an opportunity to participate in dual-credit classes in chemistry, pre-calculus, calculus, statistics and Biomedical courses, as well as a host of Advanced Placement and foreign language courses. The school has a strong marching band program, frequently competing in the state competition. Snider’s Program of Study is Project Lead the Way-Biomedical Sciences. PLTW is a national program that uses hands-on, real world problems to engage and challenge students.
This post was created thanks to a collaboration with Krista J. Stockman, APR, Public Information Officer, Fort Wayne Community Schools.
Indiana’s urban schools offer Hoosier students a rich array of programs, services, and opportunities. IUSA appreciates the opportunity to share the stories that demonstrate what the schools have to offer and the many successes their students, faculty and staff achieve.