Arion Haeggans from the Rare Earth Elements Fellowship helps us understand the importance that Scandium has in our lives, how unique it is, and why it is critical for our infrastructure. When Baden Academy went online, our eighty-five fellows at the school needed to find a way to collaborate online […]

Enjoy the Sun Superheroes Project Update 2019-2020. The team has finished another great year in the media lab. I am so sad to be saying goodbye as both girls head to new schools! Destiney – keep hanging onto that Parker Solar Probe! You can find out more at their website […]

Spencer West Leadership Workshop for our Take Action Club took place online in May. Our Take Action Team is having an amazing time with Spencer West from We Movement. He is so inspiring, particularly as we say goodbye at the end of this school year. For those who missed his […]

The Rare Earth Elements Fellowship Team is on a mission to raise awareness about our critical need for Rare Earth Elements and what they are. Check out our website at They work hard to research, interview experts, and make videos about the seventeen rare-earth elements to raise awareness and […]

Jack Hank from Plastic Pollution Police Talks About TrueEarth Laundry Detergent. Jack Hank is a 3rd grader at Baden Academy Charter School and a research fellow in the Plastic Pollution Police fellowship.  His love of nature and commitment to small victories in eliminating plastic pollution led him to discover an […]

Delana Duncan and Ava Rossi are 6th graders who have spent years at their school helping other students become e-commerce entrepreneurs. They bring their lessons together in this short book. Come with them into a whole new world and discover how you, too, can become an entrepreneur. You can buy […]

In 1996, a man sued Pepsi for not giving him a Harrier Jet. The Mega Math Mistakes team of Anaiah and Elizabeth dig deep to discover where the simple math mistake was that could have cost Pepsi one and a half million dollars. The girls do a great job helping […]

Raymond McDowell, working on the book about Lewis and Clark at Logstown, was able to interview today William Frankfort, a Lewis and Clark scholar, experimental archeologist, and Master Horner! Learn more about their upcoming book in the video below.