After a test drive this month, students in the Minddrive program, including Britany Mojica (left) and Jesus Rodriguez, both 16-year-old students at Alta Vista Charter High School in Kansas City, drove electric cars back to the Minddrive headquarters at 2615 Holmes St. Students in the program spend about 30 weeks planning, designing, building and testing their electric cars and other projects. In July, Minddrive students will travel with mentors and staff to race the cars at Road America, near Elkhart Lake, Wis.
After a test drive this month, students in the Minddrive program, including Britany Mojica (left) and Jesus Rodriguez, both 16-year-old students at Alta Vista Charter High School in Kansas City, drove electric cars back to the Minddrive headquarters at 2615 Holmes St. Students in the program spend about 30 weeks planning, designing, building and testing their electric cars and other projects. In July, Minddrive students will travel with mentors and staff to race the cars at Road America, near Elkhart Lake, Wis. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
After a test drive this month, students in the Minddrive program, including Britany Mojica (left) and Jesus Rodriguez, both 16-year-old students at Alta Vista Charter High School in Kansas City, drove electric cars back to the Minddrive headquarters at 2615 Holmes St. Students in the program spend about 30 weeks planning, designing, building and testing their electric cars and other projects. In July, Minddrive students will travel with mentors and staff to race the cars at Road America, near Elkhart Lake, Wis. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

Kansas City automotive program drives students to higher learning

May 26, 2015 06:26 PM