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STEM HIGH AND ACADEMY

STEM High and Academy
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School Overview

School Description

If you are looking for a school where character, relevant and rigorous world-class STEM education is the order of the day, then STEM High and Academy is the right place. The objective of the school is to engage students in an academically demanding curriculum with solid foundation on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

With high standards, character development, respect and project-based contents that assimilate business assets and broad community stakeholders towards preparing students for successful post-secondary education, capacity to apply learning to original situations, create, work in teams, solve problems, and take initiative to compete locally and internationally. The aim of the school is to graduate students ready for global challenges and first-class inventions.

With culture of development, the High school and middle school glory in their strengths as the administration, faculty and staff endeavor to offer varying opportunities in a conducive, safe and challenging academic environment. At STEM School and Academy, respect and responsibility promotes creativity, stewardship and commitment to excellence. Students are groomed to serve humanity, dream big, take risk and be courageous which in the end aid their innovation, venture creation and entrepreneurship.

Contact Information

STEM High and Academy

8773 South Ridgeline Blvd.,
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
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Average Rating

(3.5 Stars)
6  Reviews
Ivanna Akhverdian Nov 17, 2014
LOVE THIS SCHOOL!
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Jayden Sotrabine Oct 09, 2014
I love this school so creative my kid comes home and says everything he did that day.
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Linda Lyons Feb 13, 2014
What an amazing school, staff, curriculum and students. The students are so polite and kind! It is wonderful to see such dedicated teachers and leadership!
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Jade Maher Jan 30, 2014
Let start with, my son has attend this school since it's first year. He is now a freshman. He is happy, engaged,and learning.We love it. Minus last semester Spanish class.I have a hard time reading a scathing review from a "teacher" who work at the school less than 6 months, has no patience for special needs children and failed to mention the large amount of GT kids that also attend STEM. Maybe a different career path!? STEM is not for every child. But as a parent of a kid (soon to be two) attending the school, I would take the words of actual parents over a disgruntled ex employee.
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Christine Henze Jan 29, 2014
A [Edited by admin] poor school that has no business opening its doors. I was a Spanish teacher who was fired because I failed to give every student an "A" or a "B". They claim to have 'rigorous, relevant" education and yet, most of the teachers are bullied and indirectly threatened to give good grades or leave. Half of the students are on a SPED plan or a 504. Half cannot read or write. Where is the taxpayer justice in letting a school open its doors when administrators lie and cheat. I was told to NOT input final grades because according to a student "[Edited by admin] was going to change them". I thought grades were a legal document. It is clear that if a student's parents donate a lot of money the student will be "successful". We'll see what happens when they try to go to college. I will be laughing all the way. DO NOT send your child to STEM...it is a sham and a lie and it needs honest leadership with a director who is interested in the kids and not just the federal money that the school gets for having a warm body in the seat...project based learning cannot succeed unless the kid knows how to read and write and spell and THINK...none of which is taught at STEM.
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