• gear STEM Magnet Pathwaygear

    Students in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) pathway learn through common instructional strategies. Student learning is supported by active, project-based methodologies that promote natural curiosity, support guided exploration and discovery, encourage meaningful projects, and foster interaction among peers and mentors. Common essentials featured in all programs are hands-on project-based learning experiences with real-world incorporation of community resources. Students in these programs focus on developing skills for success in the 21st century, including the use of emerging technologies and the promotion of goal-setting and leadership skills. 

    The STEM Pathway includes Elementary, Middle, and High School opportunities.

    For more information about Magnet programs in Wake County, please visit wcpss.net/Page/173.


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