Study STEM Programs at American High Schools
To infinity, and beyond! For students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math subjects, STEM programs are a new and popular area of study at American high schools.
Why study STEM?
With the rapid development of new technologies, opportunities in the science fields are being created every day. Students interested in computer science, robotics, engineering, and medical fields will find a STEM education helpful meeting their future goals.
Educatius Group F-1 international students can apply to the top public, private, and boarding STEM High Schools in the US, including two schools ranked in the top 15 for STEM in the US. Exchange students are also instructed by teachers with advanced degrees, some with professional experience in the engineering, science, and medical fields.
What is studying STEM like?
STEM learning is not contained to just inside the classroom. International students can join clubs and extracurricular activities that applies and challenges their knowledge. Depending on the high school, exchange students can…
- Join award-wining robotics clubs
- Take field trips to hospitals to observe doctors and lab technicians
- Participate on Science Quiz Bowl teams
- Work next to engineers during internships programs
- Visit space or aeronautics museums during high school field trips
- Learn to use computer aided design (CAD) programs
Why study at Educatius partner STEM high schools?
Partnering with over 50 American high schools with STEM programs gives F-1 international students the choice of where they would like to study. Imagine studying at a American Private High School in Florida, south of Cape Canaveral. Or studying at a American Public high school in Boston with university acceptances to leading STEM universities such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) or Harvard University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).
Our 100% Host Family Happiness Guarantee
Outside of their STEM high school, international students receive incredible support with Educatius Group. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff helps exchange students throughout the process of studying abroad. Students stay in Educatius’ caring host family with our 100% Host Family Happiness Guarantee. Or choose a boarding school with dorm located right on campus! Not to mention, Educatius' Day School High School program has been listed by CSIET for 5 years and Educatius Group in the USA is certified by ISO 9001 - a testament to our ongoing quality management.
Educatius Group is the largest organization that helps international students apply to and study at F-1 high schools in the USA and Canada. Want more information about Educatius Group? Click here to learn more about us and how we can help you achieve your dream.
Check out some USA high schools that offer STEM Programs for F-1 International Students
Rockford Christian School
Rockford Christian High School is a private, US boarding school that welcomes a select group of international students to board on campus every year. The school offers a wide variety of classes including 22 Advanced Placement courses, CAD Programming, graphic design, robotics, and a comprehensive STEAM curriculum.
Scecina Memorial High School
Scecina Memorial High School is a private high school located in Indianapolis, Indiana. With more than 15 honors and Advanced Placement courses, the school offers the "Project Lead the Way" program that teaches a biomedical science curriculum in physiology, genetics, microbiology, and public health.
Newton South High School
Ranked the 6th best public school in Massachusetts, Newton South High School's challenges students with STEAM courses. The school is also located 30 minutes outside of Boston and near many top engineering universities such as Harvard, MIT, and Northeastern.
The Winchendon School is a US boarding high school with a ColLAB program that allows students to independently complete a semester-long project of their choosing with support from teachers. In 2018 and 2019, a student was nationally recognized by the National Center for Women in Information Technology for “Aspirations in Computing.”