The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Magnet Program is designed to engage students in four years of STEM related studies and learning experiences in order to inspire their interest in STEM fields and while fully preparing them for the rigor of STEM related studies at the college and university level.
All students take a common core of courses in grades 9-10 focused on preparing for advanced level studies at the 11th and 12th grade levels. In grades 11-12, all students choose their own advanced level STEM Program of Study from among three Advanced STEM Pathway options and culminate their experience with a senior project reflecting learning in their advanced STEM area. These three Advanced STEM Pathway options are:
· Aerospace Engineering
· Biotechnology and Engineering
· Computer Science and Engineering
Please scroll down to obtain more information about each of these Pathway options.