STEM schools use science, technology, engineering, and math to bring relevance to student work and make connections to society and the global world we live in. STEM schools include a fully integrated arts curriculum designed to be responsive and intentional to student needs and support the instructional model. STEM classrooms are student-centered environments rich in questioning and inquiry where students have frequent opportunities to apply engineering design and problem-solving processes to authentic, contextual problems. The classrooms are flexible in design and promote innovative learning theory for all learners.
The district offers STEM programming at three locations:
Admissions to STEM Launch and STEM Lab are managed by the Choice Program. STEM Lab and STEM Launch are school-wide STEM programs.
Admissions to the general education program at Northglenn High are managed by the Choice Program. Northglenn High's STEM Program is application based. In-district students wishing to enroll in the program must apply directly with the school, out-of-district students wishing to enroll in the program must apply to attend the school via the Choice Program and also apply for the STEM program directly with the school.