The Center for Advanced Studies in Science, Math & Technology at Wheeler High School Earns STEM Certification

Dr. Tiffany Stark, STEM Director and Dr. David Chiprany, School Principal, receive STEM Certification from Dr. Michael Buck from the Georgia Department of Education.

The Center for Advanced Studies in Science, Math and Technology at Wheeler High School in the Cobb County School System received STEM Certification on October 16th as a result of excellence in the long-standing program at the school. The STEM program at Wheeler requires all seniors to complete an internship with a business/industry where they develop a research project that is presented at the end of the year. Students investigate and complete serious research in medicine, biotechnology, forensics, engineering, computer science, and other STEM fields. The faculty at the school prepare students for the rigors of the internship through the scientific research and scientific internship classes. The school is supported by a strong foundation composed of parents and interested community individuals who provide volunteers and financial backing for STEM projects and equipment. For additional information regarding the school and the STEM program, visit


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