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STEM Network

Divine Saviour teacher guided STEM project

Our STEM Network of elementary schools provides students with the opportunity to explore and excel in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. 

Our dedicated and experienced faculty utilize the latest teaching methods and technologies to ensure that students are well-equipped to succeed in today’s rapidly changing world.

Students are taught to use innovation to find ethical solutions to real world problems. Through inquiry-based learning and a collaborative, project‑based approach, students learn critical thinking skills, teamwork, and creativity. Our mission is to empower students to overcome barriers and embrace a world full of opportunities as they succeed in class, career, and life.

 

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As a parent who has a career in STEM, I know the STEM program has given my daughter the opportunity to gain confidence in the core math and science subjects and does it in a way full of fun and innovation.

C. Rosales
Parent, St. Louis of France STEM

Student using a virtual reality headset
Students smiling joyfully during beaker experiment
Student using jelly beans and toothpicks for STEM activity
Divine Saviour students growing plants with teacher
Students building with cards
Students smiling together while working on a STEM project
St. Turibius students running under STEM sign
STEM students learning about molecules
Student creating a weighted STEM activity

Our Stem program teaches students to:

  • Strengthen skills, knowledge and applications related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
  • Foster soft skills such as creativity, innovation, collaboration and problem solving
  • Build confidence and resilience to focus on solutions rather than problems or uncertainty
  • Become effective communicators who are technologically, scientifically, and mathematically literate
  • Utilize everyday life and real world applications to promote deeper learning
  • Excel in the arts by providing them design tools to better understand how to use space and structure
  • Employ the use of digital literacy knowledge and skills
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