Imagine building a "Mars rover", controlled by a laptop, in high school. That's what students in the STEM program are up to. The innovative program based at Templeton Secondary integrates multiple disciplines into a true 21st century learning environment.
STEM stands for Science,Technology,Engineering,and Mathematics. The STEM program combines all of these subjects and applies them toward learning how to solve hands-on engineering problems in technology, mechanics and the environment. STEM is a four-course project based program.
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