#SCSSpotlight – Penguins, Hatchlings and Robots: SCS in the world of Robotics Competitions.

From self-driving cars to entirely automated industries, robots are undeniably the way of the future.

For today’s students, robotics courses and robotics competitions are widely seen as some of the best interdisciplinary ways of promoting STEM skills and improving team building.

#SCSSpotlight – From the Halls of Hogwarts to the Fields of Florence: SCS Alumna takes on the world in the 2018 Quidditch World Cup

Later this month, Nina Patti ‘10 will proudly pull on a Team Canada jersey emblazoned with her name and the number 2 and represent her country in the IQA 2018 Quidditch World Cup in Florence,

Winding Up For Success

Adam Grant, American Psychologist, Professor at the Wharton School of the Univeristy of Pennsylvania, and best-selling author said, “To understand success, pay less attention to the final product and more to the mundane process.” I love this quotation but know how often we have to remind ourselves and others of this piece of wisdom in our increasingly competitive and comparison-obsessed world.