School Year Enrichment
Statistics/Psychology Trips to the Goshutes
Each year Statistics students backpack up into the Goshute Mountains to learn about raptor migration and data collection done by HawkWatch. This data is used in class throughout the year.
11th Grade Trip to Washington DC
Each year 11th grade students fundraise and organize a trip to Washington, D.C. Students must sign up during the spring of their sophomore year.
Do you need a quiet place to do homework? Get help on any writing assignments! Bring a draft to get help with revision or just bring the assignment if you're not sure where to start. Open one hour after school, Tuesday-Friday.
SLCSE 9th graders are working with YEEHAAA in their equine therapy program. Visit their website and blog to learn more about this amazing opportunity.
Kestrel Nest Box Monitoring
Science and psychology students have the opportunity to participate in a Spring nest box monitoring program with HawkWatch, monitoring and tagging Kestrels in the Salt Lake valley.
AP Environmental Science & Advanced Science Research Trip to Rio Mesa
Each year high school students in environmental science and advanced science research classes travel to the University of Utah's Rio Mesa field research station for hands on field experience.
7th Grade Trip to Mesa Verde
Each year, as part of Utah Studies, 7th graders take a camping trip to Mesa Verde National Park. On the way they stop at Edge of the Cedars State Park and Hovenweep National Monument.
Students interested in science challenges meet Thursdays after school. Grades 6-8 meet in room XXX, grades 9-12 meet in room XXX.
Students interested in publishing their creative works or sharing their journalistic talents are encouraged to join the school newspaper, the SLCSE Scoop.
Visible Light Club
LGBT students and allies meet Thursdays during lunch in room 1077. All high school students are welcome to join. See senior Mary Burnett for more information.
Want to start a SLCSE Club??? Already have a club not listed here?
See Mr. Madden for information or Ms. Moretz to get your group's info on this website.
See Dr. Hack if you are interested in finding an internship. Also, check out these websites:
Homeland Security STEM Scholarships
NNEMS Fellowship Program
Anytown Youth Leadership Retreat
Summer camp for anyone ages 15-18. Scholarships available.
Summer camp for rising 8th grade girls. Scholarships available.
Natural History Museum of Utah Summer Camp
Week long summer camp open to students in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Real Food Rising Summer Youth Program
Students, ages 14-17 are hired to grow food throughout the summer and become community leaders on sustainable agriculture.
Canada/USA Mathcamp is an intensive 5-week-long summer program for mathematically talented high school students, designed to expose these students to the beauty of advanced mathematical ideas and to new ways of thinking. More than just a summer camp, Mathcamp is a vibrant community, made up of a wide variety of people who share a common love of learning and passion for mathematics. At Mathcamp, students can explore undergraduate and even graduate-level topics while building problem-solving skills that will help them in any field they choose to study.