Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are very essential subjects in which students have to gain essential knowledge to prepare for high school and college. St. Edward students are provided opportunities in the classrooms to attain knowledge and skills in these areas on daily basis. STEM is an integral part of all curricular areas. Teachers incorporate STEM concepts on daily basis.
St. Edward students from all grades participate in the annual STEM Fair. Students are encouraged to share their projects on a range of topics from the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This fair is designed to promote students' interest in STEM areas, and also to encourage students to learn the current advancements in the areas of their research. Through these students are taught the skills of scientific research, and high quality presentations.
St. Edward School has three computer labs with between 16 and 24 computers in each lab. These labs are used by the students for everyday research and projects. Every classroom spends at least once or twice in computer lab for research, Accelerator Reader, Digital Learning, Khan Academy, Math, Reading, Language Arts games, Powerpoints, and many other tasks. Teachers use the labs to show educational movies and teach lessons using Smartboard, Projectors, and SMART TV. St. Edward has digital curriculum in Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Students access online books to do their work in the school and at home.
Students use these labs to take MAP tests three times a year. Primary grade students are taught computer skills such as Keyboard usage, MS Word, Powerpoints, Publisher, and other computer skills. The 8th grade students are use Google Sketch program to design their models. As part of Art program, Ms. Lundeen is teaching students to create St. Edward School Newspaper. Grade 5-8 students release the school newspaper once every trimester. The latest issue will be updated very soon under the "Art" tab.