- STEM & VPA
- Family Connections
Skyline High School STEM courses are designed so that students have the opportunity to develop relationships within teams to collaboratively solve problems and develop leadership skills. Hence, the courses not only improve the academic component of the students’ lives but also provide valuable life lessons that can be applied to solve tomorrow’s problems in the real world.
STEM students will:
For more information about applying for STEM next year, please contact STEM Academy Coordinator Amanda Giuliani (Giuliani_amanda@svvsd.org).
Explorations in STEM A & B
Creative Engineering in STEM A & B
Advanced Engineering A & B
Advanced Engineering 1: Robotics
Senior Design A & B
(Full Skyline course descriptions can be found at our counseling page.)
Intro to Programming
Intro to Computing
Computer Science A& B
AP Computer Science Principles A & B
Beginning Game Development
The Skyline High School STEM Academy has a unique partnership with the college of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder. High performing students graduating from the Skyline High School STEM Academy have the ability to earn guaranteed admission into the University of Colorado’s College of Engineering & Applied Science. Coursework, GPA, and test score requirements are detailed here.
SVVSD graduation requirements in addition to the following:
The STEM Course/Experience Menu can be found here.
Sample Student Plans (STEM fields) for focus areas of engineering, computer science, math, science, and robotics can be used when planning your time at skyline.