Junior High Options

                                                  Junior High Options Descriptions

Active Learning through Hands-on Experience

At STEM Collegiate, our programming is designed to foster curiosity and innovation through hands-on exploration and the joy of discovery. Students gain the fundamental skills necessary for STEM literacy through meaningful learning experiences that activate technology, makerspaces, and project-based learning as part of the STEM educational journey. Students also learn from and interact with STEM professionals, providing real-world context for their studies.

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Design & Engineering

At STEM Collegiate, students create innovative solutions to unique problems. In our Engineering and Design Strand, students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to apply the design process to a variety of diverse challenges. Using design and fabrication techniques, students create projects that are manufactured using equipment in our Makerspace.

Media

Innovative ideas are spread by creative, effective, and engaging communication. Courses in our Media strand will provide students with the skills to enhance their communication so that it can appeal to all the senses. Students will create and share ideas through a variety of mediums to tantalize their target audience.

Computational Thinking

Computational thinking refers to the thought processes involved in understanding a problem and creating digital solutions using industry-standard hardware and software. Students will learn how to create ‘smart’ design solutions. Using hands-on experience in computer programming and electronics, students build systems that take hardware components and algorithms needed to run components.

Required Complementary Courses

These courses are mandatory for all students at STEM Collegiate as they develop skills applicable to all areas.

Extracurriculars

At STEM Collegiate, learning isn’t limited to the classroom. STEM Collegiate students will have the opportunity to compete in science fairs and robotics competitions, explore their passions and build new friendships through a variety of clubs, build their leadership skills in student government, and experience the thrill of training and teamwork as they compete in interclub athletics.