Rochester STEM High School opened its doors to 200 9th grade students in the 2010 - 2011 school year. In the Fall of 2011, STEM added another 200 9th grade students, growing our roster to 400 9th and 10 graders. This fall, 2012, we are yet again adding another 200 9th grade students to our school. This will give us a total of 600 students for grades 9th, 10th and 11th. STEM High School's rigorous educational curriculum challenges students to earn AP credits in their 11th and 12th grade years in addition to internship opportunities their senior year.
STEM High School is accredited by the National Academy Foundation (www.naf.org) for both the Academy of Engineering and the Academy of Information Technology. We are also happy to announce that the National Academy Foundation has recently accredited STEM for our Academy of Health Sciences.
If you would like to arrange a visit or request additional information, please call our main office at 585-324-9760.
Listen to President Barack Obama talk about the importance of
STEM education in his state of the union adress in 2011
Rochester STEM High School