STEM Certified Diploma Program
Utilize our unique location, resources, staff and local network to provide students with a real-world, STEM education which will allow them to obtain higher level STEM educations and lucrative jobs in the Detroit area, thus making our community a better place to live and prosper.
Partnering with local educational institutions and corporations to develop a curriculum that is proven to increase the success of our student's in later STEM studies and careers. We are committed to a growth mindset that adapts the curriculum in accordance to the current practices in the STEM industry.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills provide our students with the tools they need to change the world. Whether you design the next popular app, save someone's life with a new medical device or clean up Flint's water, STEM skills will be part of your journey! Students that study STEM in high school have a much greater earning potential later in life. Current statistics show that, STEM jobs are projected to grow 13% in the next 10 years.
Detroit is an exciting place to be right now. With the rapidly growing economic opportunities, there are endless possibilities for our students. With STEM studies, if they can dream it, they can achieve it right in our own backyard!
May be subject to change.
English 4 years
-Minimum 1 credit of technical writing
Science 4 years
-AP Computer Science
-AP science course of their choice
-Minimum of through Pre-Calc
-Minimum 1 Applied Math elective
-Introduction to Engineering
-Fundamentals of Engineering
-Minimum 1 CAD class
SAT or ACT
Minimum score of 620 (SAT) and/or 21 (ACT)
Require a relationship/exposure to local engineers.
May include volunteer work, job shadowing, college visits, co-op, etc.
Sample Course Sequence
Who do we work with? Below are some of our contributing organizations.
If you are interested in making an investment in the future of our students and the city of Detroit, please contact us about financial contributions and volunteering opportunities available.
For more information, please contact:
Coordinator, Eagle Scholars Program