Science Technology and Engineering
The Engineering pathway provides students with the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills and understanding of engineering concepts. Students will apply these skills with the engineering design process to solve real-world problems. Future careers in this field include various types of engineers including mechanical, software, aeronautical, and electrical.
If you are interested in understanding and manipulating the basic building blocks of living things, then this pathway is for you. You will study the genetic, chemical and physical attributes of cells, tissues and organisms, and learn to set up instruments and laboratory equipment used to conduct and monitor experiments such as centrifuges, flasks and spectrophotometers.
Students choosing the Computer Science Pathway develop a foundation of computer science knowledge and learn new approaches to problem solving, creativity and critical thinking in a world that is increasingly influenced by technology. Topics ranging from simple design, coding and strategies to more technical courses including app development, cyber security and database analytics.
In today’s world, protecting our information has become extremely important. The Cybersecurity Pathway is designed for students interested in protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction.
STEM EARLY ENGINEERING DESIGNATION (SEED)
SEED is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into one cohesive learning environment that is based on real-world applications. If you like science and solving problems this pathway is for you!
Everett Graduates Will Be: As Measured By:
College and Career Ready: ACT 21 or SAT 1010 and/or Complete the College and Career Continuum
Driven and Resilient: Pathway Completer and On Track for Graduation and/or 95% daily attendance
Future Ready: Completion of the Senior Capstone Project and/or Rating Advanced/Proficient on the Employability Skills Rubric
Community Connected and Globally Aware: Required — Completion minimum of 20 Hours of Pathway Service Learning (embedded in the academy). Recommended — Participation in an extra or co-curricular activity and/or Completion of the Seal of Biliteracy