STEM Collegiate High School

Grade 10 will be added in the 2024-25 school year, and Grade 11 for 2025-26 and Grade 12 for 2026-27. Our building has capacity for approx. 550 students and discussions are underway for a separate high school.

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Where High School Meets High Tech

At STEM Collegiate High School, students will continue their STEM-focused educational journey, solidifying their foundational knowledge and skills through hands-on projects while also gaining clarity on postsecondary pathways through real-world STEM experiences.

Our academic program offers exceptional depth and breadth and is led by exceptional teachers. We give students a solid grounding in the fundamentals but also the flexibility to pursue a variety of enriching complementary courses.

STEM Collegiate High School Science Students
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Developed in consultation with post-secondary experts and industry, our innovative STEM curriculum offers students hands-on opportunities in exciting technology fields.

STEM Collegiate provides the missing link in Edmonton’s innovation plans, developing young Edmontonians who are STEM literate and ready to drive local innovation and diversification.

Raising the bar for STEM learning and ensuring that STEM curriculum aligns with quickly evolving technology and industry needs means eliminating the skills gap and addressing the growing labour shortage in STEM fields.


Our Fab Lab Fuelling Innovation and Collaboration

MIT Fab Lab

To support our commitment to innovation and global collaboration, STEM Collegiate High School will feature Alberta’s second Fab Lab, a future-focused platform for project-based, hands-on experiential learning opportunities. 

The Fab Lab program emerged from MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA), a cross-campus program that works to merge the digital world with the physical world. As a part of this program, our digital fabrication facility will be linked to 2,000 labs in over 120 countries, allowing students to collaborate with their global peers.

These digital fabrication laboratories help inspire people to turn ideas into new prototypes by giving them access to a wide range of advanced digital manufacturing technology. Fab Lab equipment includes 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC machines, a vinyl cutter, and a variety of robotics, sensors, and electronic components.

To support global connections, Fab Labs are connected by similar processes and equipment. A student in Kenya, Egypt or Finland can upload their project to the network, to be accessed by a student in Edmonton. Read more about the international network of Fab Labs at

Grade 10 Options 2024-2025

Additional information on STEM Collegiate programming will be made available as plans are finalized.