TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa's East Central High School is taking a hands-on approach to its science fair.

Not only did the school have around 300 STEM projects on display, it also had several hands-on projects for students, including building robots, programming machines, and spontaneous problem solving stations.

Some students even got to pitch their research projects to representatives from the Fish and Wildlife service.

"So the aim is to not just have a traditional science fair where students just do a classic project, we want to meet the needs of every student,” said science teacher Christopher Hurt.

The school also had several engineers visit to talk about their careers.