STEM, which is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, is becoming the curriculum focus for many schools, from elementary to high school.
Christ the King has partnered with highly experienced institutions such as Notre Dame and the University of North Florida to develop appropriate grade-level curriculum, facilities and resources that meet STEM objectives. The following are a very brief overview of the STEM projects at Christ the King Catholic School.
Elementary and middle school students participate in year-long science projects in agriculture, ecology and engineering. Our campus has a very unique outdoor classroom that all grades use for hands-on learning.
A brand new state-of-the-art Media Center boasts a video production studio. Students take part in airing the morning and afternoon news shows. All classes perform projects on digital media. Middle School students have dedicated iPads with most curriculum being digital.
Both elementary and middle school will use curriculum developed by the Boston Museum of Science. This curriculum focuses on teaching students how to fix a problem.
Our middle school math teacher is a dedicated Math Specialist who leads small level-appropriate classes. She also oversees math competitions.
Watch our Stem Video