STEMulating Our Culture of High Performance


STEM is the “how” of learning. STEM is not a program, it's interdisciplinary learning to develop skills for students to solve real-world problems and to make predictions using Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. For every core interaction should be connected to a real-world possibility, with real solutions and real-world situations for students to critically think, collaborate, communicate and be creative. These are life skills and vital for students to be college, career, workforce and life ready!