Welcome to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics!
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) cluster includes one pathway--Engineering and Technology. The high school engineering courses provide students with the opportunity to gain experience with general engineering design and application as they acquire discipline-specific knowledge that allows them to make informed career choices. Students choosing to enter this cluster should realize the close relationship of mathematics and science to the engineering and technology disciplines and expect to regularly apply mathematical and scientific principles throughout the courses in this cluster. They enjoy challenging curricula involving practical applications of engineering principles and technological literacy.
Knowledge gained by students in this cluster includes science and mathematics principles applicable to engineering and engineering-related careers. The structured, yet active environment stimulates students’ creativity and helps them develop the necessary skills for future employment.
Students in this cluster affiliate with the Technology Student Association (TSA) as the Career Technical Student Organization. TSA provides additional opportunities that enhance classroom instruction, develop leadership skills, and promote career development. Click on the following link for more information on TSA. http://www.tsaweb.org/
This cluster is offered at the following schools: Citronelle High School, Montgomery High School, and Murhpy High School. Students should talk to their high school counselor for specific information on enrolling in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics cluster.