Levenmouth pupil's flying high as she prepares for space school in Texas

Rhiannon Grant an S5 pupil from Levenmouth Academy, will be representing Scotland at the United Space School at the University of Clear Lake in Houston, Texas this summer.
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The United Space School is a once in a lifetime opportunity to spend two weeks living in the United States, working with delegates from over 25 countries on an Aerospace project – Mission to Mars.

With access to subject specialists from NASA and other space organisations, the programme is an intense introduction into life in the Space Industry, where Rhiannon will take part in a mixture of lectures, teamwork and field trips.

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The opportunity is funded by the schools STEM partner ORE Catapult who continue to support and encourage Levenmouth Academy pupils. Rhiannon has been actively involved in a variety of STEM activities/projects since joining Levenmouth Academy and has her eyes set on a University Degree in Engineering when leaving school.

Rhiannon came through a very competitive application process within the school and has now started to prepare for her trip in July.

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