The Georgia Department of Education has awarded Forsyth Central High School STEM Program Certification. Georgia’s State School Superintendent Richard Woods awarded the school their certification banner during a ceremony that included parents and business partners. The STEM Program at Forsyth Central offers students career pathway options of engineering or biotechnology. Both pathways require that students take high level mathematics and science coursework during their tenure at the school. Students participate in a variety of STEM competitions including Vex Robotics, eCybermission, Science & Engineering Fair, IGem BiotechnologyCompetition, Science Olympiad, and a host of math and science academic challenges. Students work closely with area engineers and medical services for real-world experiences that prepare them for STEM careers after high school. For more information about Forsyth Central’s STEM program go to http://www.fchsstem.com/.