STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
What is STEM?
As defined by the Washington State STEM. Education Foundation: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education creates an integrated, innovative, learning environment through weaving these subjects into every classroom.
The STEM approach transforms a typical teacher-centered classroom into a facilitated learning experience driven by problem-solving, discovery, and exploratory learning.
More and more jobs today are focused on STEM., and in order for our students to be ready and well qualified for those jobs, their understanding of STEM.topics must be thorough.
What sets us apart?
STEM classrooms integrate curriculum instead of teaching them in isolation. Students learn in an engaging, problem based environment where collaboration and creativity are encouraged and supported. Our middle school is 1 to 1 which means every middle school student has their own Chromebook device. This enhances the learning process and reduces our use of paper.