The STEM Academy, a ResponsiveEd® charter school, is in its final stage of construction and accepting applications. The school is open to local 6th through 12th graders who want to attend the new Lewisville STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) campus focused on classical values.
“This pioneering concept blends emerging technology with engaged educators in a 21st century learning environment. It’s Socrates in a digital classroom,” states ResponsiveEd’s Chief Education Architect Alan Wimberley. “We are introducing genuine transformed education, using a digital delivery curriculum with a classical style of teaching and learning for optimal teacher to student interactions. We move the needle for results from a teaching system to learning systems designed for the student.”
The STEM Academy is a 10 million dollar project built on more than four acres of property on Bennett Lane near Corporate Drive and I-35 in Lewisville. Doors will open on the first day of school, August 28 with plans to complete construction of the adjacent gym in early fall when a ribbon-cutting event will be scheduled.
The 56,000 square-foot charter school is nearing its initial enrollment capacity of 600 students and is still accepting applications for the 2017-1018 school year. The STEM Academy is tuition-free and applicants can enroll online at stem.academy. For more information call 972.600.2901.
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