NHS Volunteers

Recently the SciTech National Honor Society volunteered with the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh- Thanksgiving Distribution. This is an annual event that provides food, turkey vouchers, and a wide range of health care and human services vendors to families.


Annual SciTech STEM Festival

Thank you to everyone that came to the SciTech STEM Festival last week! It was a great event, we had nearly 250 students and families! 😲

A special thank you to the organizations that facilitated interactive and fun activities, we couldn’t have this event without you! CMU Leonard Gelfand Center, Society of Women Engineers, Mad Science of Pittsburgh, CMU Software Engineering Institute, Quasics, Pitt Biomedical Engineering Society, Scientists, Engineers, and Mathematicians for Service (SEMFS), CMU Materials Science & Engineering, CMU School of Computer Science, Pitt Bio Outreach, Argo AI, Pitt Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Thirst Project, Girls of Steel Robotics and PPG.

SciTech STEM Festival- This Thursday!

Annual SciTech STEM Festival
Come to the Annual SciTech STEM Festival TOMORROW! Hold reptiles, learn about self-driving cars, drive robots and SO MUCH MORE! This is a family-friendly event and there will be fun for all ages! Dinner will also be provided. Take a chance at some free raffles just for attending!
Date: Thursday, November 14th
Event Time: 6-7:30pm
Address: 107 Thackeray Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Parking Details: There is a free parking lot next to the building towards Fifth Avenue, we will also have our activity field open for extra parking.
Are you interested in volunteering at the event? Sign up here and get extra raffle tickets for your time!
STEM Festival

Camp Guyasuta- 9th Grade


This is a reminder that SciTech 9th grade students will be attending Camp Guyasuta on Monday, August 26th in the morning. We are looking forward to a really fun day! Please be sure that you adhere to the following dress code.

  • Long pants or comfortable shorts
  • Sturdy foot gear NO open toed shoes or sandals.
  • Water Bottle
  • Please no jewelry, watches or necklaces.
  • This includes body piercings – Please remove them.
  • No large belt buckles or chains

If you have indicated that your student has a medical condition requiring rescue medication such as an inhaler, epi-pen, etc. those items will be required for students to have with them in order to attend Camp Guyasuta on Monday, August 26th.

If your student has a medical condition such as diabetes or seizures please contact Mrs. Devlin, our school nurse at 412-529-7654 ASAP.