Laurel Featured in Currents Magazine Story About Motogo Partnership
In June a handful of Laurel Upper School students took STEAM engagement to the next level by building their own motorcycle engine
through a partnership with Motogo, whose vision is to spark confidence in everyone to build their own future, one motorcycle engine at a time. Currents Magazinefeatured Bill Rice, Director of Community Engagement, and highlighted the culmination of this fun project, where students held their official kick start test with a vintage 70's Honda model motorcycle. In the piece he states that, "Nothing can replace this kind of visual, experiential learning." Recent graduate Ria Gupta '21 participated in the project last spring and said that, "Working with new tools and being challenged in the program really excited me and inspired me to continue working with tools in the future."