EHS Ranked Among the Top STEM Programs in the Nation!
Essex High School has been identified as having one of the top high school STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs in the United States according to a Newsweek ranking that was released on November 7, 2019. Click here to learn more.
A story about this accomplishment was recently aired on ABC 22, click here to see the video.
Inspiring the next generation of leaders and innovators in a globally connected world.
The STEM Academy is designed to support students interested in building a strong foundation in the STEM content areas and to provide students with the opportunity to explore connections across different disciplines through additional experiences such as internships and projects. Students who complete all of the components of the STEM Academy will receive the STEM Academy endorsement on their diploma to indicate that they have gone above and beyond in the areas of scientific exploration and creativity. This program has been created in conjunction with an advisory board consisting of representatives from institutions including UVM, GlobalFoundries and Champlain College. STEM Academy applications are accepted during the spring, students can apply in the spring of their 9th, 10th or 11th grade year.
STEM Academy Leader - Lea Ann Smith, email@example.com
Course Numbers: Fall M130 or Spring M132 .5 Elective credit Grades 11-12
This one semester course is for 11th and 12th grade students who need to meet the internship requirement of the STEM Academy. Pre-employment skills will be taught in conjunction with our Career Center. Students will then participate in a 40 hour internship at a local STEM business. Google Classroom will be used for keeping track of assignments.