STREAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, the Arts, and Math. Catholic schools take the principles of STEM, infuse religion across all subjects, and add the arts to provide students with the critical and creative thinking skills necessary to make a lasting difference in the world and exercise the ethical judgment and integrity at the root of social justice.
Students in the STREAM SCHOLAR program are required to take Honors/AP classes in Math, Social Studies, English, and Science along with additional programs such as Engineer Your World and Robotics. They must also complete voluntary opportunity hours of development throughout their four years while maintaining a minimum of 3.8 GPA
A portfolio is required from each STREAM SCHOLAR with a final interview process in front of a faculty committee.
Upon completion, STREAM SCHOLARS will be presented with a Stole to signify their efforts throughout their four years.
We are proud to announce the recipients of the first class of STREAM SCHOLARS: