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EASTVIEW STEM: Applied Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

The Eastview multi-dimensional STEM program includes a powerful comprehensive academic core, with a wide variety of elective course pathways and choices aimed at preparing our students for their future.  The course pathways outlined below prepare students with critical STEM skills that will enable them to join a workforce of problem-solvers, innovators, and inventors who are self-reliant and able to think critically and logically.  The following information profiles the opportunities our students are offered to engage in STEM education. 
 

Students who complete the following course requirements will be granted the designation of an Eastview High School STEM Scholar.  They will receive a STEM Scholar Certificate and also special designation in our graduation ceremony program.  STEM Scholars are also eligible for one of two Engineering-focused scholarships granted to graduating Eastview seniors through the Eastview Community Foundation and in partnership with several engineering support organizations.  

STEM Scholar course requirements:

  • Four years (sixteen quarters) of Mathematics
  • Four years (sixteen quarters) of Science
  • One year (four quarters, which can be spread out over the four years of high school) of applicable STEM elective courses (listed below):

APPLIED MATH

  • 1529 Engineering: Vehicle Design
  • 1530 Hydraulics
  • 1531 Structures & Forces
  • 1532 Alternative Energies
  • 1533 Lifting Principles - Aviation
  • 1551 Robotics

APPLIED SCIENCE

  • 1502 Manufacturing: Sports Equipment
  • 1504 Manufacturing: Woods & Plastics

CAREER DEVELOPMENT (grades 11-12 only)

  • 7707/7708/7709 Animal Care
  • 7701/7702/7703 College in the Schools (CIS) Animal Science
  • 7704/7705/7706 Sustainable Systems in Plant & Animal Science
  • 7710/7711/7712 Aviation and Ground School
  • 7731/7732/7733 Computer Hardware, Software and Game Design
  • 7734/7735/7736 Computer Networking & Cybersecurity
  • 7746/7747/7748 Emergency Services (and 7749 Advanced Emergency Services)
  • 7750/7751/7752 Forensic Science (and 7753/7754/7755 Advanced Forensic Science)
  • 7762/7763/7764 Medical & Healthcare Careers (and 7765/7766/7767 Advanced Medical & Healthcare Careers)
  • 7743/7744/7745 Certified Nursing Assistant
  • 7768/7769/7770 Music Production (and 7771/7772/7773 Advanced Music Production)
  • 7774/7775/7776 Vehicle Services (and 7777/7778/7779 Advanced Vehicle Services)
  • 1265 Mentor Program: Seminar (and Mentor Program: Field Experience)

ADDITIONAL STEM ELECTIVE COURSES

  • 0101 Introduction to 2-Dimensional Art
  • 0149 Photography 1
  • 0150 Photography 2
  • 0151 Photography 3
  • 0148 Digital Art & Design A (and 0152 Digital Art & Design B)
  • 0181/0182/0183/0184 Advanced Placement 2-Dimensional Art
  • 0409 Fashion Design Trends
  • 0407 Interior Design A and 0408 Interior Design B
  • 0466 Landscape Design
  • 1507/1508/1509/1510 Keyboarding A/B/C/D
  • 0202 Intro to Computer Programming
  • 0240 IT Exploration A and 0241 IT Exploration B
  • 0252 Marketing A/Introduction to Marketing
  • 0253 Marketing B/Sales & Promotions
  • 0254 Marketing C/Advertising
  • 0255 Marketing D/Social Media Marketing
  • 0242/0243/0244/0245 Accounting
  • 0265/0266/0268/0269 College Accounting
  • 1561/1562/1563/1564 Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles
  • 0763/0764/0765/0766 Advanced Placement Statistics
  • 1565/1566/1567/1568 Advanced Placement Computer Science
  • 1544 Multimedia A/Graphic Design (and 1553 Advanced Multimedia Production A)
  • 1545 Multimedia B/Video Production (and 1554 Advanced Multimedia Production B)
  • 1546 Multimedia C/3D Modules/Video Game Design (and 1555 Advanced Multimedia Production C)
  • 1547 Multimedia D/Web Design (and 1556 Advanced Multimedia Production D)
  • 0354 Introduction to Broadcast Journalism (and 0355 Intro to Broadcast Journalism B)
  • 03565/0357/0358/0359 The Flash