This file contains the data from our high altitude balloon launch on October 23, 2017 which reached an altitude of over 118,000 feet.
Carol of the Bells with Tesla coils - 2016
Phoenix Sixto and Isaiah Jolly play the keyboards to drive musical Tesla coils during the West Scranton 2016 holiday concert
Breaking glass with sound
Kaile breaks a wine glass with her voice!
Cole Stetzar can't break and egg!
Even at 93 miles per hour, the impulse momentum theorem prevents Cole from breaking an egg!
A Star-Spangled Tesla Coil Tribute
Ryan Svetovich plays our national anthem on a Tesla Coil with his guitar.
Newton's 3rd law gives Kaitlyn a ride!
AP Physics class of 2014. Can an ordinary CO2 fire extinguisher act like a rocket? Let's find out!
A Tesla Coil Salute to the West Scranton Invaders Football Team
The Invaders brought home "The Bell" in 2016 and the Technology Club wanted to congratulate them with music and a little electricity courtesy of two Tesla coils. The Technology Club salutes the West Scranton Invaders Football Team for bringing home the bell. A high voltage Tesla Coil salute!
Fire in the hole!
Officer Carroll brings the Scranton Police Departments bomb disposal unit to West Scranton High School for a demonstration. May 2016.
Accept your fate!
Haunted Halls 2016 at West Scranton High School. A Russian sleep deprivation experiment, shock therapy with a Tesla Coil and a chain saw…good times!
Best Physics Rap Ever!
Awesome physics rap by Robert "Rocky" Cosmark and Kevan McHugh! Physics class of 2008-2009.
Jacob's Ladder for West Scranton High School's play Young Frankenstein
Jacob's Ladder is a high voltage climbing arc. The 15,000 volt difference between the two copper pipes creates a very high electric field and ionizes the air molecules. The air changes from an insulator to a conductor and an electric arc forms that "climbs up the ladder". Created by AP Physics and Mr. McGraw's gifted students Danny Sallurday and Jake MacDonald class of 2016.