About the Program
Windsor High School's Axis STEM Academy is a student Focus Area in which the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) are used to investigate and question the interrelated facets of the modern world and intersections of technology and culture.
Axis utilizes project based learning, student exhibitions, guest speakers, and community partnerships to provide opportunities for practical, real-world experience and leadership. Students graduate from the Axis STEM Academy confident in their ability to take on any STEM area of study in higher education and seek a deeper understanding of the world.
Additional information about the focus areas and overall small learning environment structure can be found at the Windsor High School Website.
The Structure of the Focus Area
The Axis Focus Area is a series of rigorous academic study revolving around three core classes:
- World History/Global Studies
~ Lorie Lucas
~ Jessica Glentzer
- English (Amer. Lit, & World Lit.)
~ Reuben Steinglass
- Social Studies (U.S. History & Government/Econ)
~ Paul Jolly
- Principles of Engineering and Design (POED) and Introduction to Engineering and Design(IED)
~ Sean Vezino
View examples of student projects