Early College (EC@N-STEM) Program Information
Please click here to see the description for the program.
Students must apply for the EC@N-STEM (PTECH) their eighth grade year to be eligible for the program. See the timeline below for dates.
STEM Pathways Program Information
Students currently attending Adams 12 Five Star Schools:
Students who are currently attending Northglenn HS and would like to select a pathway, can complete an in-building request by clicking here.
Eighth grade students in Adams 12, will need to complete the STEM Application.
Students currently outside Adams 12 Five Star Schools.
In addition to completing the STEM Application, out of district choice students must follow the district's guidelines and complete the district's choice application.
To find out more information about Adams 12 Five Star Schools' choice process, click here.
Important Dates for Early College & STEM Pathways
Video Describing Problem Based Learning (PBLs)
Current and prospective Norse parents and students can tour Northglenn HS STEM. No appointment is necessary. Please park in the lot located at 102nd Ave. and Huron St. Please enter through the Explore Archway into the STEM building.
A Family Visit is required before a student shadow experience can be arranged. Information about student shadows is explained during the Family Visit.
Please check out our EC@N-STEM Program.
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How Does Northglenn HS STEM compare to other high schools?
As STEM educators, all the teacher at Northglenn HS practice these four tenets of STEM education as outlined in the Adams 12 STEM model:
In each discipline, students are presented with authentic, real-world problems on which to work. They must present their findings and solutions to community/industry experts. If any new idea can be transformed into an entrepreneurial effort, we have business partners who can work with students to make their plans into reality.
Students investigate and formulate questions as a way of understanding the content and discovering its significance. "The power of an inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning is its potential to increase intellectual engagement and foster deep understanding through the development of a hands-on, minds-on and research-based disposition towards teaching and learning." --Neil Stephenson
21st Century Skills
Students practice the skills necessary to be successful in the work force. These skills include: collaboration, creativity, innovation, problem-solving, and use of technology.
When developing transdisciplinary contexts surrounding a PBL experience for students, teachers incorporate the varied lenses of different disciplines that individuals would typically explore in that authentic real-world context. Some of these lenses include: cultural, social, political, economic, historical, and scientific.
To find out about tour prices for non-partners, please contact: Kerry Glenn or Nick Kosovich.
If you would like to be trained on the Adams 12 STEM Model, please register using this link. For more information about our model, please visit STEMinspired.org
Educational Opportunities at Northglenn HS STEM
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