STEM at St. Thomas Aquinas High School

The St. Thomas Aquinas High School Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM) programs emphasize the interconnections among these disciplines as well as with the arts and humanities. The goal is to prepare students to become creative problem solvers, effective communicators, and tomorrow's leaders through a rigorous, specialized curriculum that blends hands-on experiences with the latest technology and teaching methods.

We firmly believe in the growing importance that a STEM education will have on students. The U.S. Department of Commerce predicts that over the next decade alone, STEM-related jobs will grow at twice the rate as those in other fields. By offering high-quality STEM courses with the latest technology and teaching methods, we are preparing students to be competitive applicants for university and for their future careers. It will also help them grow in creativity, critical thinking, communication skills, and leadership, all of which will benefit them across all their academic and personal endeavors.

Check out the video below for a guided tour of the STEM Learning Lab followed by a student's reflection on her experience utilizing the Lab as part of her Anatomy & Physiology class.


For more information regarding our STEM program, please contact STEM Director Mr. Michael Lewon or Associate STEM Director Mr. Eric Gronske.