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Delta High School Groundbreaking

June 25, 2014 marked an exciting day for Delta High School and STEM education in the Mid-Columbia! Click the picture below for more details on the day's events, including groundbreaking for the new Delta High School.


2014 STEM Celebration Dinner

This year’s STEM Celebration Dinner was a huge success!  250 attendees enjoyed an enchanting evening, celebrating the extraordinary success at Delta High School and looking towards the future, at the expanded mission for the Foundation. 

Sincere thanks to all of our community partners who made and continue to make "The Delta Dream" a reality!  Without YOU, none of this would have been possible!

If you would like to watch the events from this year’s dinner check out the link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HRzNGYOtjg&feature=share&list=UUzvJpKdl-aznggGnvpemEZg

 


Making STEM Real  |  Developing the 21st Century Student

 

 

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM, education creates an integrated, innovative, learning environment through weaving these subjects into every classroom. The STEM approach transforms a typical teacher-centered classroom into a facilitated learning experience driven by problem-solving, discovery, and exploratory learning.

Blending STEM subjects with History, Language Arts and Social Studies allows students to connect what they learn everyday with what they see around them. STEM learning promotes student readiness for college and prepares them for a 21st century workforce, where technical competence is no longer an option-it’s a necessity.

The STEM Program of Study was designed by teachers, scientists, university professors, and business leaders. Students are held to high expectations, interact with their community, gain a deep understanding of the subject matter, and apply that knowledge in real-world situations. Students are prepared for college or success in their chosen careers. STEM students are destined to make meaningful contributions to the world’s economy.


 

We are moving now to revolutionize education.