The Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math at Anoka High School is designed for students who want to explore the connections between the arts, sciences, engineering and math while further developing technology and computer skills. STEAM uses project-based learning and the design thinking model to engage students. The classes in the STEAM program will strengthen students abilities to be creative and flexible problem solvers, explore different ideas, and communicate well with others! Students have the opportunity to delve into 3D modeling, design and fabrication, dance, engineering and robotics, sculpture, photo/video/digital media, music, and more! We encourage a collaborative approach to learning that embraces technology, encourages unique solutions, welcomes creative and inventive thinking as well as problem-solving to prepare for careers in computer science, the arts and engineering.
The NWSISD Lottery application for the 2020-2021 school year is now open. Click here to apply. The 2nd lottery round opens January 13th, 2020 and closes March 6, 2020.
*Students in grades 9 and 10 are eligible to apply to the STEAM program.
- Develop and apply technology and computer science skills in the arts, sciences, math and engineering.
- Use the Design Thinking model to create product prototypes and solve problems.
- Senior STEAM participants will participate in an internship, mentorship or senior experience based on their career pathway focus.
- Explore careers related to technology, arts, math, science and engineering.
- Develop high-level skills for post-secondary computer science and arts programs.
- Earn AP and articulated college credit in a variety of elective coursework.
- Earn levels of distinction for participation in STEAM and receive recognition.
- Use the Makerspace facility- a creative space stocked with technology, resources and materials to unleash the maker in all of us!
- Through NWSISD, busing is provided for students enrolling in the STEAM program at Anoka High School who live in Anoka-Hennepin, Brooklyn Center, Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose, ISD728 Elk River Area, Fridley, Osseo, and Rockford. (Note: If they drop the program, they will lose busing).