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Who are We?
 
The T-STEM Academy at East High School Goals have four key elements:
 
PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING:
Goal I: implement a distinctive, high-quality problem-based approach specific to each of the following elements: Transportation, Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math.
 
CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING:
Goa Il: Increase the instructional capacity of teachers to deliver quality STEM instruction, which requires teachers to be trained in a variety of instructional strategies and content.
 
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND GROWTH:
Goal III: Increase academic achievement including college and career readiness in Reading, Math, and Science through problem-based learning activities.
 
POST-SECONDARY, INDUSTRY, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
Goal IV: Increase industry, university, and community partnerships to support STEM education and expand responsiveness to community demand and industry recommendations in T-STEM careers

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Executive Principal's Newsletters

Lischa Brooks gets you up to date with all that's happening at T-STEM. Love East! Click the headline to get this week's and previous Newsletters.
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From the Principal

Info: The Optional Schools application process will be a fully online process for the 2018-19 school year. This summer, Shelby County Schools upgraded its student information system to PowerSchool, which now requires all school application/registration processes to be conducted online. Our goal is to create an online application process that helps improve access and opportunities for all students. Thousands of families choose to apply for our Optional schools every year, so it's important that any decisions we make about the new process are based on feedback from those we serve. Thanks for taking a few minutes to share your input! We promise to keep families informed as we work to finalize the new process before the application period starts in January 2018.
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Welcome to Our New Website!

Thank you for visiting our new website! Please check back often as updates are made, and click on article headlines to view full stories where applicable.
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