What is a STEAM School?

What is STEAM Education all about?

Science - Technology - Engineering - Art - Mathematics! STEAM Education produces a whole host of benefits, such as developing soft skills (creativity, problem-solving, collaboration), increasing engagement and motivation, and personalizing the learning experience.

Technical Literacy

In a study conducted from 2012 to 2017, 75% of fifth and eighth graders were found to be lacking in technology literacy. This identifies a critical issue for students who will be required to utilize more and more technology and skill sets in the working world. STEAM pushes students to incorporate elements of technology, computer programming, and engineering into classwork and projects.

Problem-Solving Across Disciplines

STEAM activities can be completed in lessons or administered as projects. STEAM also gives students a cross-curricular toolset at their disposal, as they have access to science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics. This gives students the ability to think critically about how they would solve a particular problem.

Personalized Learning

One of the final, but arguably most important benefits of STEAM, is the ability to customize the learning experience to each student. Personalized learning is becoming an integral resource in the modern teaching toolkit and is quickly becoming a popular way to teach students in the US.

Choosing the best high school for your student

Choosing the best high school for your student

Let us help you make a plan!

Warren County offers a variety of High School experiences, for every student's needs. Unsure what the right choice is for your student? Review the resources below and schedule a meeting with our school counselor to discuss the best path for your child. Here at Warren County Schools, we champion our students every step of the way!

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    Let us help you make a plan!

    Warren County offers a variety of High School experiences, for every student's needs. Unsure what the right choice is for your student? Review the resources below and schedule a meeting with our school counselor to discuss the best path for your child. Here at Warren County Schools, we champion our students every step of the way!

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    Warren County High School

    WCHS will provide a rewarding educational experience by fostering relationships, connections, and a sense of community. Scholars will mature into global leaders who are empowered to be career-ready.

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    Warren Early College High School

    Warren Early College High School provides students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree in preparation for future endeavors and global challenges. Staff, parents, students and community stakeholders will work together to instill in each student the academic and social skills necessary for responsible and productive citizenship.

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    Warren New Tech High School

    Warren New Tech has utilized project-based learning (PBL) since our opening in 2007. PBL focuses on relevant and real-world application of learning. Students are challenged to explore different subject matter while building the 21st Century skills necessary to be successful. We believe that project-based learning is effective in preparing students for their future careers, no matter the path they take. Warren New Tech is committed to deepening and expanding our implementation of project-based learning.

  • student smiling over a computer

    Warren County High School

    WCHS will provide a rewarding educational experience by fostering relationships, connections, and a sense of community. Scholars will mature into global leaders who are empowered to be career-ready.

  • student studying

    Warren Early College High School

    Warren Early College High School provides students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree in preparation for future endeavors and global challenges. Staff, parents, students and community stakeholders will work together to instill in each student the academic and social skills necessary for responsible and productive citizenship.

  • student studying outside

    Warren New Tech High School

    Warren New Tech has utilized project-based learning (PBL) since our opening in 2007. PBL focuses on relevant and real-world application of learning. Students are challenged to explore different subject matter while building the 21st Century skills necessary to be successful. We believe that project-based learning is effective in preparing students for their future careers, no matter the path they take. Warren New Tech is committed to deepening and expanding our implementation of project-based learning.