The beautifully diverse and complex world we live in reflects the intelligent design of our heavenly Creator. He established order amid chaos. In Fellowship's STEM program, we endeavor to do the same as we explore opportunities to steward God's creation. Incorporating STEM into a biblically integrated education fosters critical thinking, creative problem-solving, moral decision-making, and a true sense of wonder. Through the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, students unveil the intricacies of God's design, experience the unique opportunity to honor God through intellectual exploration and responsible innovation, and prepare themselves to serve others by offering inventive solutions to real-world challenges.
We are honored to prepare students for future studies and careers in STEM-related fields. All STEM courses are inherently hands-on and based on a learning-by-doing educational philosophy. Through interactive, project-based learning in our innovative STEM labs, students gain the skills necessary to confidently meet the challenges and opportunities of 21st-century servant leadership.
- What are the entrance requirements for the STEM diploma track, and how are students selected?
- The high school diploma program does not allow much room for electives. How can my student participate in non-STEM activities or take a study hall?
- Is there an additional cost to enroll in the STEM diploma track?
- What exactly is a STEM pathway?
- What type of facilities will be available for STEM?
- How will external internships work?
- What if my student decides to leave the STEM program after admission?
- Will STEM programs be available for the elementary and middle school?
- Where can I get more information about STEM at Fellowship?