STEM Program

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Established in 2012, The Louis Maslow STEM School at Wyoming Seminary brings STEM-based learning into our curriculum, into extracurricular clubs and activities, and to our surrounding community through a lecture series and Saturday events.

STEM represents the integration of studies in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. True to STEM thinking and practicing, Wyoming Seminary students and faculty find this integration extends far beyond the classroom walls of these subjects to include the arts and humanities. Collaboration, communication, and creative, critical thinking to solve real-world problems transcends disciplines.

Students from 18 months to 18 years and up explore STEM topics that allow them to make meaningful connections and see new possibilities. This is an established and unifying approach at Sem that continues to grow.

Program Highlights

The Louis Maslow
STEM School 

Course Development
LS STEM units
US Freshman STEM course
STEM electives

Course Support
Partnerships and resources
Field trips

Co-curricular support
STEM clubs and activities

STEM programs open to public
LS STEM Saturdays
Guest lectures
STEM alumni panel
Documentaries

STEAM initiatives
Aluminum pour
Glass blowing
Metalsmithing
STEAM projects
Community partnerships

Summer programs
US and LS STEM camps
English Language Institute STEM

 

STEM Clubs & Activities

• STEM Advisory Board

• Upper School Robotics/Engineering Club

• Middle School Robotics Club

• Science Research Group (SRG)

• Science Olympiad

• Environmental Club

• Summer microbiology research at Wilkes University

Upcoming Events