In Phase Three of the District-Wide STEM Initiative, we are enhancing the science and technology learning at the High School. This provides students with the opportunity to explore a curriculum where they will be actively engaged in solving advanced problems with a high level of thought and decision-making.
In addition, allow specific pathways that would lead to NHS STEM certification. Students could graduate from NHS with the documentation that they have met the rigorous standards of the curriculum.
We are currently upgrading the Scientific equipment to increase lab exposure and improve current labs/curriculum with leading-edge 21st century equipment.
In Technology/Engineering, we are also adding 21st century equipment to allow current and future ‘cross-curricular’ courses the materials to support expanded curriculum. A new ’21st Century Honors Engineering’ course combines Tech/Engineering and Science.