In a rapidly changing world, future areas of study and employment are in a state of flux and development. Accelerating technological advancements, along with global shifts in demographics, economics, and the environment will affect industries. How do we prepare students to be a part of this workforce?
Catholic High School students can prepare for their future by taking STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) courses. Active learning approaches in these classes help students to develop relevant and essential skills. Being adept at collaborating, thinking critically to solve complex problems, completing projects as part of a team, and communicating effectively are are just some of the skills gained in STEAM classes.
Coursework, combined with a strong faith-based environment rooted in morals, ethics, and service contributes to the development of well rounded, productive citizens prepared to meet challenges and give back to their communities. STEAM courses at CHS provide students with a range of experiences, equipping them with the tools they need to meet with success.