The STEM Academy is a place where students can explore their passions and make connections. The major elements of the program are enrollment in the weekly STEM Advisory, attending STEM Lecture Series events, participating in an internship and creating an independent project. Students in the STEM Academy will be exposed to a wide variety of new ideas and hands on projects. They will meet people who share their interests, both in their high school peer group and in the community.
registration is open until April 17th
3D printed prosthetic hands we are building in the medical advisory
The STEM Academy was chosen the VT state winner in this contest which awards schools for researching problems in the community that can be solved with STEM. We will be building a bat house to research the white nose fungus issue. We will make a video of our research that will be judged in the national contest during the spring of 2015.
The EHS STEM Academy was named the state winner in the 2015 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. This means STEM will be receiving $20,049.65 worth of hardware. The Chromebooks will be distributed to the STEM Academy students. The printers and cameras will be used for STEM Academy projects. Read More
Lea Ann Smith, STEM Academy Leader, was interviewed by Audrey Homan of the Tarrant Institute, you can click here to listen. Read More
Kip Steele will demo virtual reality toys Oculus and Google Glass in the Black Box Theater on Tues, Apr 14 at 2:35. Read More
Rayno Joubert from the US Navy will be here to talk about their Nuclear Propulsion systems. The talk will be on Thurs, Feb 19 in the Black Box Theater at 2:35. Read More
There will be an assembly for freshmen during advisory on Wednesday (2/11) to learn more about the STEM Academy and AVPA. These academies are places where you can create and explore with other students who share your interests. Please see Ms. Lesure in Fine Arts or Ms. Smith in the Math Office if you have any questions. Read More