Carolyn Webber, Park Record

Getting 100 percent on a miniature bridge made out of paper and sticks in a high school physics class is satisfying. Seeing a real structure you designed constructed is even better.

Two students in Park City High School's PCCAPS program (Park City Center for Advanced Professional Studies) were chosen to design plans for a metalworking studio for the Kimball Art Center. Christian Armstrong and Ryan Cook, both juniors, began working on the project in September and recently wrapped up preliminary designs.

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From left: Mitch Vande Guche, Chris Humbert, Christian Armstrong, and Ryan Cook
all have had a hand in designing a new metal-working studio for the Kimball Arts Center.
Armstrong and Cook are juniors at Park City High School who are heading up the project.
(Photo by Carolyn Webber)

  NOTE: PCEF donors support PCCAPS.



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