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 STEM curriculum where they will be actively engaged in solving advanced problems with a high level of thought and decision-making.
We are currently upgrading the Scientific equipment to increase lab exposure and improve current labs/curriculum with modern 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.