Tuskegee University Center for Advanced Materials (T-CAM) hosted high school students during the summer of 2010 in an effort to expose the students to research and concepts pertaining to science, engineering, and technology. Research Experience for High School Students (REH) program occurred over an eight-week time frame during June-July 2010. Students will participated in a series of ACT preparation classes as well as perform mini-experiments demonstrating concepts and ideas relevant to science, engineering, and technology. The REH students were mentored by recent PhD graduates and current graduate students in Materials Science and Engineering. Field Trips included visits to McWane Science Center Museum for hands on Engineering Activities and to Orange Beach to Perform Research on the Oil Spill.. The summer culminated students giving a public presentation on their summer research and experiences.