The Global Impact STEM Academy is now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year. To kick off this process, an open house was held on December 3 at Clark State’s main campus. Seventy-five prospective students and over two hundred guests were in attendance and able to learn more about the school. Attendees could see student […]
Global Impact STEM Academy is an early-college high school focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) curriculum and has specialized its core gateways to lead our students from the time they begin high school until they enter college or into specialized professional industries that affect our day-to-day lives. These include:
While at the academy, currently located at Clark State Community College, students will encounter interdisciplinary, problem-based learning. Gone are the days that separate math, social studies and language arts. We blend every course together into real-world experiences and assignments that push students beyond the classroom and into a meaningful career path.
We are currently enrolling 9th and 10th graders for the 2014-2015 school year. To learn more about what a day at Global Impact STEM Academy will be like, click here.
With the school year well underway, Global Impact STEM Academy is establishing itself as one of the most progressive educational institutions in the area. Students at Global Impact recently spent two weeks preparing themselves for the possibility of a zombie apocalypse. Teachers have fully embraced the doomsday curriculum and each instructor has found a way […]
With its inaugural school year underway, Global Impact STEM Academy will soon begin accepting student applications for the 2014-2015 school year. An open house will be held Dec. 3 for interested students and parents. Students enrolling at Global Impact are equipped with the skills and experience needed to excel in the workforce or college immediately […]
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