From conducting research to creating ceramics, grants funded by the Junior League of Dallas will help East Dallas’ Bryan Adams High School experiment with its teaching methods.

The school received $1,600 for students in grades 10-12 to study mathematics and engineering while learning about molecular structure. The project, Super Models for Super Students, teaches students about geometry through measuring angles between atoms. Students also will test their problem-solving skills as they build molecules using models of atoms.

A $1,932.86 grant will be used for a 3D ceramics program. With the creation of a full-service ceramics studio, students will gain hands-on experience in the arts.


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