As a Raspberry Pi certified educator, an emphasis has been made to bringing physical computing into the science lab. Students are encouraged to build and code sensors that allow them to collect and analyze data in the science lab. Projects range from using ultrasonic sensors to measure the volume of liquids in a reservoir to using humidity sensors to monitor the exhalation of water vapor before and after exercise. Design teams also develop actuator systems that make use of RF transmitters and wired relays to control electrical components associated with our vertical hydroponics farm. Many of these projects also foster the creative visualization of data. The artistic channels of the student mind have been tapped into as they code sensors to sing the C scale as they approach a target or conditionally change the colors of Neopixel strips to map the ambient temperature of the classroom throughout the school day.