Wake STEM Early College High School is a small public school of choice; a joint project between the Wake County Public School System and North Carolina State University. STEM is the theme of our school’s program in addition to our identity as an early college. Early college means students take college courses at NC State as well as the courses required to earn a high school diploma over a five-year period. STEM at our school does not just relate to four subject areas, but instead permeates throughout the entire program as our students explore the "Grand Challenges for Engineering".
Wake STEM graduate, Ana Ratanaphruks, explains the skills she learned by working with District C and how she used them to work with a Triangle based company.
Link to the press release from North Carolina Governor, Roy Cooper.
Article by David Schwenker published by Green School National Network
Councelor and Dean of Students
Grades 9-11 A-J and Various 12th & 13th Grade Students
Grades 9-11 K-Z and Various 12th & 13th Grade Students
Career Development Coordinator
All students and grade levels