Use the tags above to filter through some of our 70+ past courses and events. Some of our courses have been hosted multiple times online or at different locations, and do not appear here.
To learn more about our partnerships with Jesuit High School, Saint Francis High School, and the Rancho Cordova Police Activities League, see Our Partners.
Neuroscience and Psychology
6/21/22 - 6/24/22
In Echelon Catapult’s Neuroscience and Psychology, students learned about the beautiful complexities of the mind on the cellular, anatomical, and behavioral level.
Introduction to Python
6/13/22 - 6/17/22
This course introduced students to the basics of the Python programming language through hands-on and creative projects and exercises.
Microbiology and Public Health
Microbiology and Public Health taught students about the very unique multidisciplinary course that explores microbiology and applies it to the field of public health, an important subject during the current pandemic.
6/13/22 - 6/17/22 (PAL), 6/27/22 - 7/8/22 (JHS)
In Robotics Engineering, students developed the knowledge and skills to build a rotating servo robotic arm by exploring mechanical, electrical, and programming disciplines.
3/5/22 - 3/13/22, 6/27/22 - 7/1/22 (PAL)
In Cybersecurity 101, students learned the fundamentals of cybersecurity such as authentication, encryption, PPI (Personal Private Information), malware, and more!
11/6/21 - 11/7/21
Our Marine Biology class addressed oceanography, the smallest organism such as phytoplankton to the largest organism like the blue whale, ecology of marine life, and the human impact on ocean environments.
9/11/21 - 9/19/21
In Echelon Catapult’s Genetics, students dove into the complexities of DNA and chromosomes with Punnett squares, mutation patterns, and more.
Psychology and the Mind
7/17/21 - 7/18/21
In Psychology and The Mind, students learned about the fundamentals of the brain and basic neuroscience.
5/29/21 - 5/30/21
In Echelon Catapult’s Periodic Table Class, students learned about the structure and properties of the elements!
3/27/21 - 3/28/21
In Echelon Catapult's first Astronomy course, students dove into outer space, learning about the stars and planets in our galaxy and universe.
Introduction to Cytology
2/19/21 - 2/28/21
Students learned about the different types of cells and the hierarchy of living organisms through interactive breakout room activities and engaging presentations.
Science of Public Health
12/28/20 - 12/29/20, rerun 12/20/21 - 12/21/21
Students discovered ways to prevent disease spread, the basics of epidemiology, and public health models.
CCIC Training Program
9/4/20 - 10/3/20
Echelon Catapult competed and created curriculum for Cal Poly SLO’s California Cyber Innovation Challenge!
Introduction to Computer Science
7/20/20 - 7/24/20
In this introductory-level course, students had the opportunity to learn about computers, the internet, and how users interact with their electronic devices!
6/22/20 - 6/26/20
Building off of the skills gained in Cyber 1A, students dove into the world of ciphers and cryptography, password cracking, and digital forensics.
Anatomy and Physiology
6/13/22 - 6/17/22
In this engaging and interactive course, students explored major concepts in physiology such as biological hierarchy, homeostasis, and cell specialization.
Life on Planet Earth!
6/21/22- 6/24/22 (PAL), 7/5/22- 6/8/22 (JHS)
In Life on Planet Earth!, students explored ecology: the science of how all organisms on Earth interact with each other and the environment!
Website Coding & Analysis
In Website Coding and Analysis, students uncovered the world of websites through HTML and became ethical hackers!
STEM Career Fair
4/9/22 - 4/10/22
Echelon Catapult's STEM Career Fair showed students what STEM looked like beyond the classroom and in the real world. We invited guest speakers from various disciplines to share about their careers and stories.
Science of Geology and Earth
2/12/22 - 2/20/22
In The Science of Earth and Geology, students learned about all aspects of general geology from the beginning of our planet and the universe to the chemical makeup of rocks.
Applied Health Science
10/16/21 - 10/17/21
This course showed students what is actually happening when we sleep, what nutrition labels mean, and what healthy eating choices look like.
7/19/21 - 7/22/21
Students discovered different ways to analyze numerous substances, fibers, and plastics that might remain at the site of the crime.
Neuroscience: The Science of the Brain
6/5/21 - 6/6/21
In, Neuroscience: The Science of the Brain, students learned about the structure and function of the brain, solved case studies, and discovered the science behind our everyday thoughts.
4/9/21 - 4/25/21
In Cybersecurity Web Exploitation, students had the opportunity to explore the world of website exploitation and became ethical, white-hat hackers!
3/20/21 - 3/21/21
In Ethical Hacking 101, Students discovered the world of White Hat Hackers, ethical computer hackers that ensures the security of different information systems.
1/9/21 - 1/30/21
With the help of Harvard University's CS50IDE and Microsoft's Github, students learned about complex variables, arithmetic, and several types of loops!
Science of the Biosphere
11/20/20 - 12/6/20
Students learned all about ecology: the science of how all organisms interact with each other and their natural environment!
8/3/20 - 8/7/20
Echelon Catapult students put their imaginations to the test as they worked diligently to create Turtle graphics, and learn all the ins and outs to Python!
The Science of Plants
6/19/20 - 7/12/20
Our students participated in a hands-on scientific experiment where they watered plants with various liquids.
6/8/20 - 6/12/20, rerun 7/13/20 - 7/17/20
Students took on the role of a Cyber sleuth and explored new ways to keep personal information safe online.