Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School

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Technology

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Medicine

Why STEM+M?

A STEM-M SCHOOL FOR THE GREATER TRI-STATE REGION

S.T.E.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. S.T.E.M. career fields have become more and more important in our ever-changing economy. Our school will be a STEM school focused around medicine. Healthcare was found as the number one need for our Appalachian region because our region has the fewest primary care doctors, but the most severe health problems in the nation, according to a recent University of Kentucky Health report. The school was initiated to address this need by producing graduates ready to enter the various medical fields with strong intellectual capabilities and quality training.

Our school will deliver learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply science, technology, engineering, mathematics – and medicine – in contexts that make connections between school, community, career, and the global economy enabling the development of STEM-M literacy and enhancing the ability to compete in the world economy. The school will focus on Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) and Transdisciplinary Project-Based Learning (TPBL), which will allow for hands-on activities and a sense of self-ownership when it comes to grades for the course. Our faculty and staff will include esteemed professionals who are excited to teach students. Internships and partnerships with local professionals and business will also be a core part of our program. We have numerous partnerships with local professionals and businesses to ensure that learning is not solely based in the classroom. The Tri-State STEM curriculum will link medical, health, wellness, and leadership to the STEM+M disciplines, allowing students to fully pursue a career or application within these fields. Since these careers drive the economic growth for the region, students entering these fields become employable upon completing their training.

The mission of the School is to inspire all students to achieve personal excellence, pursue world class STEM-M education and become self-directed life-long learners

The school will deliver learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply science, technology, engineering, mathematics – and medicine – in contexts that make connections between school, community, career, and the global economy enabling the development of STEM-M literacy and enhancing the ability to compete in the world economy.

The Tri-State STEM curriculum will link medical, health, wellness, and leadership to the STEM-M disciplines, allowing students to fully pursue a career or application within these fields. Since these careers drive the economic growth for the region, students entering these fields become employable upon completing their training.

Take some time to explore this website and if you think you’d excel at science studies in food, agriculture, energy or the environment, download and fill out the Application form and e-mail the completed form to grobinson@tristatestem.com

Recent News

New director named at STEM+M Early College High School

SOUTH POINT, Ohio – Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School recently named Gary Robinson as its new director. Read more: https://www.herald-dispatch.com/features_entertainment/new-director-named-at-stem-m-early-college-high-school/article_6e0ccd8d-9978-5f06-abda-bbaac72f7ae2.html

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STEM+M school gets new director

SOUTH POINT — The Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School recently hired Gary Robinson as the new director of the school. Read more: https://www.irontontribune.com/2019/01/05/stemm-school-gets-new-director/

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