Steam Education

 
Georgia Connections Academy gives students opportunities to get a high-quality online education that emphasizes science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM).
STEAM Academy
 

Preparing Students For Their Future

STEAM courses empower students to think critically and creatively while honing their problem-solving skills and preparing them to work in fast-growing fields.

The Georgia Connections STEAM academy is a highly specialized program for students. The program provides an opportunity for selected students to take STEAM-enhanced core classes, STEAM electives, participate in weekly collaborative STEAM LiveLesson® sessions, STEAM-focused clubs, school events, and a character education program. The high school STEAM curriculum allows for customization and specialization, participation in dual enrollment, and places an emphasis on college and career readiness.

What does STEAM stand for?

STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. This integrated approach to learning encourages students to think more broadly about real-world problems.

Key features of Georgia Connections Academy’s STEAM-focused education:

  • Offered for grades 7–12
  • Students are selected based on grades, test scores, teacher recommendations, and a personal video essay.
  • Students can apply to join our lower school STEAM academy as they are entering 7th or 8th grade, while students can apply to the high school STEAM academy when they are a rising 9th grader.
  • The GACA STEAM academy provides an opportunity for those who are selected into the program to take STEAM-enhanced core classes and electives.
  • Each year, students will take a STEAM elective along with STEAM-enhanced core classes.
  • Students will be given a STEAM homeroom, weekly collaborative STEAM LiveLesson® sessions, and a character education program.

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