The "Hour of Code" has come to Exeter! 

Experience computer science in a fun, interactive way at:  http://www.code.org 
 
STEM   
 
 
Our Vision:
College and career readiness for a changing world.Supported by industry and community partners, the STEM program at Exeter Township Senior High School aims to support students with innovative and relevant curricular options that will nurture creative and critical thinking and problem solving skills specific to college and career pathways in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
 
 
 STEM Infographic
 
 

Get ready for the....

 "Spring Into STEM" Family Activity Night and Technology Open House!
 
When:  April 20th, 2017 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Where:  The Reiffton School
 
Take a look at some pictures from last year's event and start getting excited!! 
 
Last year's event was a HUGE Success!  Thanks to all of our Exeter families, teachers and business partners who came out to learn about STEM@Exeter!  Over 400 people packed the Reiffton Cafetorium for this fun-filled, hands-on night of learning! 
 
STEM night    STEM night   STEM night    STEM night
 
 

Senior High STEM students visited American Crane this past fall.  They enjoyed a guided tour of the facilities, viewed project presentations from American Crane employees and had lunch with some resident engineers!

American Crane Field Trip Photos

Students listen as an engineer describes the high pressure waterjet cutter.


Students walked through the facilities and got up close and personal with these enormous machines.

Students got some time to hear first hand from engineers about their jobs.

Parent Corner
Parent Corner  
Parents are Our Partners!
Check out the information below to stay informed!
 
 Upcoming Events:  
  
 
 
"SPRING INTO STEM!"
When:  April 20, 2017, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Where:  The Reiffton School
All families are welcome to experience this awesome hands-on STEM event! 
 
 
 
 Exeter Students visit American Crane

Project Lead the Way  
 The STEM program at Exeter SHS is framed by the Project Lead the Way Curriculum.  Students progress through a four year program which builds and enhances their skills in various focus areas.  Students choose a path and that path is supported by rigorous and relevant course work.  Click Here to learn more about the PLTW curriculum and pathway options:          
 
 









  
 
For more information about our STEM programs please contact:
Mrs. Stephanie Diehl, K-12 Mathematics and STEM Supervisor
(610)779-0700 ext. 1070
 
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