Stratford STEM Magnet High School’s Academy of National Safety and Security Technologies is getting a lot of attention. Rightfully so, there are some unique programs, exciting activities and hopeful students at Stratford. But, what’s all the buzz about?
First, the unique and highly-qualified teachers including a former FBI agent and a Metro Crime Scene investigator, teach classes in tandem at Stratford STEM Magnet High School. Not only do they teach rigorous academics, but the students get to be a part of the very investigations, interrogations, and deliberations that they helped solve. Now that’s cool! Here is the interview from Channel 4’s Anne McCloy.
Second, the computer simulation and game programming pathway affords students with opportunities where they can potentially make $70,000 a year after graduation. What?! That’s right!! $70,000 as a high school graduate can be earned from the knowledge and skills attained from Stratford STEM Magnet High School. Check out this story from Channel 5’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas.
There you have it folks! … just a glimpse into the school that has everyone talking. And the best part is you can be part of the action. Applications are accepted to Stratford STEM Magnet High while seats are available. Learn more at www.mnps.orgSocial tagging: Academies of Nashville > real-world learning > Stratford STEM Magnet High School - The Academy of National Safety and Security Technologies > Stratford STEM Magnet High School - The Academy of Science and Engineering