Engineering Academy: Advanced STEM

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Program Description
This two-year Academy combines academically competitive, college prep courses with hands-on technical studies.  Students rotate through three technology areas:  Computer Aided Design (CAD); electronics, robotics and programming and manufacturing processes.  Various instructional approaches are used, including team teaching, work teams, self-directed studies, and project-based learning.  University partners include Cleveland State University and The University of Akron.

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Advanced Manufacturing Center

Electronics, Robotics and Programming

3D Prototyping Lab

Instruction Video


Foundational Skills
  • Principles of electronics, robotics and programming
  • Design and manufacturing processes
  • Computer-aided design
  • Lab testing procedures/standards
  • Academic, technical writing and research
  • Communication/ presentation skills
  • Literary studies
  • Advanced Math options based on previous courses
  • Advanced/Honors Physics I and II
Professional Pathways


  • Aerospace, biomedical, computer science, material science, architectural, electrical, chemical, civil, mechanical
  • Corrosion, Petroleum, Nuclear
  • Completion of Algebra I and Geometry
  • Completion of one college prep credit in science and English
  • Chemistry (before graduation)
  • Average G.P.A. of 2.75 for math, English, and science
  • “B” or better average in all math courses.
  • Average 95% attendance for three previous semesters
Post-Secondary Opportunities
See Career Catalog Pages 37-40 for details.
GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12 (Third  year option for those accepted in grade 10)
LENGTH: Two years
SCHOOL: Kent Roosevelt

  • Level I: IA Engineering Technology, 1 credit (5.0); IB Engineering Technology, 1 credit (5.0)l Honors English 11, 1 credit (4.5); Honors or AP Physics 1, 1 credit (4.5 or 5.0); CP, Honors or AP Math, 1 credit (4.0 – 5.0)
  • Level II: 2A Engineering Technology, 1 credit (5.0); 2B Engineering Technology, 1 credit (5.0); Honors English 12, 1 credit (4.5); Honors or AP Physics, 1 credit (4.5 or 5.0); CP, Honors or AP Math, 1 credit (4.0 – 5.0)

4.5 and 5.0=credit weighted on a 4.0 scale

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