Clariden’s middle school and high school team’s “Tiny House” project met the specific criteria for the architectural division of the United States Super STEM Competition. Students built tiny houses to scale. This was a very challenging project that incorporated design, art, construction, and mathematical concepts. We’re incredibly proud of the job our students did and the guidance they received from their educators and mentors. We shipped two tiny houses off to Massachusetts for judging and our students were awarded “2017 Division Winner”.