New for the 2012-2013 school year, STREAM Academy announces its new On-Location facility at Penn Center East on Penn Center Boulevard in Monroeville. The new location will feature classrooms, computer labs, free parking, and a resource center for parents. Experts and teachers in a variety of fields, including Engineering, Architecture, Digital Media Arts, Logistics, Manufacturing, Construction, Energy, Emerging Sciences and Mathematics will guide the students through innovative projects that will be coupled with a rigorous online curriculum. For partnership opportunities visit our Menu of Engagement.
Dr. David Martin, principal and CEO of STREAM Academy, said that the new facility heralds a new model of education, one that blends the best of online and hands-on learning.
“In the STREAM fields, we are not only preparing for the future, but students will be engaged in awesome activities as they work in teams and design projects using the same processes as adults. The activities will appeal to students because they are fun, and our teachers will keep them aware of how very much they are learning at the same time,” he said.
STREAM Academy is the first K-12 regional cyber charter school that focuses on science, technology, research, engineering, the arts and mathematics. The On-Location facility will provide students with the opportunity to apply the skill sets necessary to succeed in the 21st century workforce. The school in now accepting applications, and is tuition free. For more information, visit www.streamacademy.org or call 855-4STREAM (787326). Further media queries can be directed to Sarah McCluan at 412.394.3472 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
STREAM Academy Mission
The mission of STREAM Academy Regional Cyber Charter School is to develop an online model of excellence in education in which our students are equipped with the skills to become leaders in the STREAM fields. Our vision is to establish small learning communities that will provide a K-12 continuum of opportunity where students will explore real world problems. The program will meet the needs of tomorrow’s workforce by producing students who are critical thinkers, problem solvers and innovators.