The Summit’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) program takes a hands-on and minds-on approach to learning. STEM instruction is woven throughout the curriculum, engaging students from Early Learners through high school. Project-based learning and meaningful integration of technology enable students to develop skills of curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking, preparing lifelong learners and supporting success within and beyond the classroom. Lower school students participate in integrated STEM activities in the classroom as well as weekly specialized STEM instruction. Upper school students in middle school have the option to participate in a STEM elective offered in both the fall and the spring. In upper school STEM classes, students engage in integrated science, technology, engineering, and math projects and endeavors. They conduct research, plan strategies, and work collaboratively with their peers. Additionally, students may choose to participate in a variety of STEM focused contests and competitions.
STEM Program Highlights & Traditions
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