• STEM Magnet High SChools


    STEM- solving problems, creating opportunities      Biomedical Allied Health Magnet High School Glen Burnie  School STEM magnet programs are offered at North County and South River High Schools. The STEM-BMAH magnet program is offered at Glen Burnie High School.  These programs are rigorous and allow students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a STEM field of study or Pathway where they participate in job shadowing, problem-based learning, field experiences, internships and meet STEM professionals to assist them in understanding future STEM careers and the paths they may travel to attain their chosen career.  The culminating activity for our STEM and BMAH magnet seniors is a capstone course where they will complete a formal research project or engineering project to include a white paper and a professional STEM conference poster. 

    Students enter the high school magnet program in grade 9.  Over the course of their high school years, students build foundational knowledge and skills in the STEM disciplines and practice key soft skills needed to become successful in college, their community, and in their chosen future STEM career.  


    Applications for STEM middle and high school magnet programs are no longer being accepted for the 2024-25 school year.  The application window for the 2024-25 school year was open from October 9, 2023 until November 13, 2023.

    The application window for middle and high school STEM/BMAH Magnet Programs will be open from October 7 - November 7, 2024 at noon for the 2025-26 school year.  

    Note: AACPS STEM Magnet Program middle and high schools will hold Fall Semester Magnet Information Nights to offer details of all programs for students and families considering whether to apply to any one of our STEM Magnet Programs.