The STEM Academy at Bartlett in Savannah Earns STEM Certification

Principal Peter Ulrich, the president and vice-president of the student council, and State School Superintendent Richard Woods with the STEM Certification banner.

Principal Peter Ulrich, the president and vice-president of the student council, and State School Superintendent Richard Woods with the STEM Certification banner.

Savannah Chatham County Public Schools STEM Academy was awarded STEM Certification by State School Superintendent Richard Woods on October 22nd.  The ceremony took place in the middle school as the Academy was recognized as the first entire school STEM Certified middle school in the state.  The school integrates all subject areas using the Grand Challenges of Engineering as themes for cross-disciplinary projects.  Strong business/post-secondary partners such as Georgia Power and Southern University help teachers plan and implement the curriculum. The school also offers courses not typical for a middle school such as Latin, maker space, geographical information systems, film, and more.  Read more about The STEM Academy.

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