S.T.E.M. is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and STEM Schools focus on these subjects to help our nation's youth gain the skills required to succeed in today's challenging world. This includes the ability to think critically, solve complex problems, and drive advancements in science and technology.
CLEVELAND EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL
Cleveland Early College High School was founded in 2002 as an innovative school to allow Cleveland's best and brightest students to earn their high school diplomas in an accelerated three year program while completing college classes at the same time. Originally housed in the Corlett Building on the campus of Cleveland State University, Cleveland Early College High School moved to the newly renovated John Hay Campus in 2006. Located on the second floor of John Hay, Cleveland Early College High School is home to over 200 students.
THE BROADBAND STEM INITIATIVE
THE CONNECTION ZONE IN THE SCHOOLS
Connecting Case faculty and community experts to the Early College High School and the Architecture and Design High School students extends a great high school program in ways never before possible in high schools. Classes are conducted remotely using one-to-many video connections. The expectation is that exposing students to exciting ideas will entice them to pursue college STEM majors and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
In the Homes
Ultimately, our goal is to engage students in their homes in the evenings. However our beta block does not have a critical mass of high school students. But college students in the beta block will tutor high school students in the STEM program using one-to-one video connections from their beta block homes.