• Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM and STEM)

    Design solutions to tomorrow's problems using integrated science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics.

    STEAM/STEM curriculum integrates content areas to engage students in a real world, hands-on approach to learning. Students are able to see and understand the connections between science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics while working with others to solve real world problems and design solutions.

    Students benefit from a variety of community partnerships including JPL, Caltech, Side Street Projects, and more. Partnerships are a unique part of our STEAM focus, providing students an opportunity to see real scientists in action. All students benefit from the STEAM program because it teaches independent innovation and allows students to explore with greater depth in all subject areas by applying real-world skills. STEAM schools also offer specialized facilities such as a science lab, technology lab, and garden. 

students look at 3D printed objects
2 girls look into microscopes