HSFF: York High STEAM’s ahead in Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts and Math

YORK, Pa. - York High's STEAM program started seven years ago only as a part of one of York City's schools. Now, the program is its own entity.

Students can learn in a variety of areas, linking things together like robotics and literacy. They can participate in musicals and have won awards in science-related competitions, both local and national, as recently as last year.

Also last year, one of the projects within the school involved the youngest generation of Pre-K students.

"They did reading, science and creative STEM activities at the pre-school level. Our fourth graders designed it and implemented it," Jan Martin, York High STEAM Coordinator said.

The kids must maintain their grades and behavior to remain in the program.

For more information, you can visit the STEAM Academy's website.

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