by | Dec 14, 2016 | Ranger News | 0 comments

​The Indiana Department of Education has announced the following STEM Certified Schools which underwent a rigorous application and review process in order to be awarded. While these are some of the first, other schools will be able to build on their accomplishments. Congratulations!

The FIRST Cohort of Schools:

  • Zionsville Community Schools: Boone Meadow Elementary, Stonegate Elementary, Eagle Elementary, Pleasant View Elementary, Union Elementary
  • Michigan City Area Schools: Lake Hills Elementary
  • Warsaw Community Schools: Washington Elementary
  • MSD of Lawrence Township: Skiles Test Elementary, Belzer Middle School, and McKenzie Center for Innovation and Technology
  • Maconaquah School Corporation: Maconaquah Middle School
  • MSD of Warren Township: Walker Career Center

The SECOND Cohort of Schools:

  • The Career Academy of South Bend
  • Grandview Elementary-Bloomington
  • Indian Creek Elementary Magnet School of STEM-MSD Lawrence TWP
  • Lafayette Sunnyside Intermediate Schools-Lafayette
  • Madison Primary Center-South Bend
  • Area 31 Career Center-MSD Wayne TWP
  • Maple Crest Middle School – Kokomo
  • New Tech Institute – Evansville
  • Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center – Evansville

Congratulations to the following schools for achieving a Full STEM Certified Program (School within a School Model)!

  • The STEM Academy at Penn High School – Mishawaka

Want To Learn More About Getting Your School STEM Certified?
Review the online webinar HERE.