High School STEM programs are offered at North County and South River High Schools. The STEM/BMAH 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, project based learning, and culminates in a senior capstone.
Students enter the high school program in grade 9 and build their knowledge, skills and abilities in STEM content as well as the necessary soft skills needed to be successful in a STEM career.
Applications for STEM middle and high school programs are no longer being accepted. The application window for the 2023-24 school year was from October 10, 2022 until November 21, 2022.
The next application window for middle and high school magnet schools is projected to open in October, 2023 for the 2024-25 school year. The magnet website has further details regarding the application window and program requirements.