The STEM program at North County High School is part of our AACPS' Programs of Choice. The STEM Magnet Program offers an educational choice for academically able and motivated students interested in rigorous and relevant studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The STEM Magnet High School in North County, serves students in grades 9-12 and acts as a "school within a school." STEM students gain relevant, real-world, hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology and learn the importance of STEM subjects in all aspects of the world today.
North County HS STEM Curriculum
Program of Study and Pathways
Lists all required aspects of the Magnet program and gives a sample schedule for grades 9-12.
Summer Program Overview
Describes the purpose of STEM/BMAH Summer Magnet Programs and student requirements.
Explains what internships are, how they relate to the magnet programs and what is expected of students in their internship.
World and Classical Languages
Lists the World and Classical Languages that are offered at the magnet schools.
After Hours Offerings
Lists what After Hours courses are offered at the school and when they are offered.
What is Job Shadowing?
Describes what Job Shadowing is and its importance in the STEM program.
MSDE credits compared to STEM credits
Lists the MSDE required courses for high school graduation and the STEM required courses.
Mr. William Forrester
STEM Department Chair Grades 11-12
Ms. Georiga Ladd
STEM Department Chair Grades 9-10
Ms. Jessica Ann
Computer Science Pathway Contact
Mr. Michael O'Donnell
Green Tech Pathway Contact
Ms. Michelle Hymowtiz
Earth Space Systems Pathway Contact
Dr. Danny McKinney
Nanotechnology Pathway Contact
Mr. Mark Nagle
Engineering Pathway Contact
Ms. Meredith Funk-Heiser
Ms. Kelly Stutzman
STEM Internship Coordinator
Mr. Eric Jefferson
North County Principal
Ms. Kate Williams
STEM Admin Liason
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