STEM and Technology
Technology for Teaching and Learning


Imagine. Create. Engineer.

St. Margaret’s ICE Lab has introduced students to a dynamic environment with state-of-the-art technologies and resources to support a STEM curriculum focused on robotics that nurtures engagement in STEM learning and interest in computer engineering, programming and invention.
Students are equipped with endless possibilities for creative, cross-curricular projects and work, including the ability to design and develop interdisciplinary projects using an abundance of technology resources: design software, customizable workstations, PC and Mac platforms and iPads. Through collaborative planning, instruction and implementation, students are learning to solve physical challenges with mathematic concepts, programming skills and machines.
The ICE Maker Studio is an extension of the ICE Lab. It is a space for students to create prototypes and engage in tinkering and exploring activities using supplies and tools, including 3D printers, sewing machines, craft supplies, Little Bits, Arduinos, Raspberry Pi and other additive fabrication tools.

Featured Equipment:

12 desktop computers with dual monitors
6 iMacs
24 iPads
2 interactive projection teaching walls with writeable surfaces
60” mobile display monitor
6 3D printers
3 sewing machines
LittleBits, Arduinos, Rasberry pi, circuits, and lots of other supplies to support ICE
An independent preschool through grade 12 college-preparatory day school in Orange County, California
St. Margaret's Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational, admission, financial aid, hiring and athletic policies or in other school-administered programs.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal School
31641 La Novia Avenue
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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