Since January of 2010, the MVHS STEM Committee has worked to implement this program. The committee is composed of Mountain Vista administrators, science teachers, technology teachers, math teachers and industry professionals from around the Denver area.

Our motivation behind the program is to give our current and future students another academic avenue to explore. We have numerous alumni already studying STEM subjects at some of the top universities around the country. We feel this program will enhance the experience of future MVHS students wanting to follow that path.

David Larsen, MVHS STEM Facilitator

Rob Ceglie, MVHS STEM Administrator

Additional Information:

MVHS STEM Certificate 03_26_18

MVHS STEM Flow Chart_12.14.15

Read STEM lab opens new world to students in the Highlands Ranch Herald

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