Formerly known as Technology, STEM broadens its scope to include Science, Technology, Engineering and Math integration. BMS students engage in a dynamic and hands-on learning environment that fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, and practical application of concepts. They learn by doing, working on hands-on projects such as building simple machines or trying their hand at coding as well as digging into topics such as programming, digital citizenship, robotics, 3D Printing, and the engineering design process. STEM class is designed to explore various aspects of these disciplines and their interconnections, preparing students for real-world challenges and opportunities.

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