Calvert Hall’s STEM program is a comprehensive certificate program integrating academic courses with extracurricular activities, self-directed study, and internships in all four areas of STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math.
STEM candidates must enter the program during their sophomore or junior year and are expected to participate through their senior year. Students who complete all of the STEM requirements will be recognized as a STEM graduate with a special certificate at graduation.
Have a yearly average of 85% in STEM classes
Maintain a yearly 83% average in all courses
Participate in extracurricular STEM activities, an independent study or an internship. Subject to the approval of the coordinators
Participate in at least 2 field trips or speaker series events per year
Take a minimum of 4 credits in science. Engineering can be one of the science credits
Take a minimum of 4 credits in math
Take at least 1 STEM-related elective
Computer Programming and AP Computer Science
Honors Anatomy & Physiology, Anatomy & Physiology, Forensic Science, Marine Biology, Earth Science, AP Physics, Physics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, and AP Environmental Science
AP Statistics, Statistics, AP Calculus, Honors Calculus, and Honors Multivariate Calculus
Engineering (I & II)
Participation in one or a combination of STEM activities over three years
Sample activities include
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Maryland Math League
Summer STEM Program/Camp
Self-Directed Study or Internship Component
STEM Program Faculty
List of 2 members.
John "Jack" Stewart
Towson University - B.S.
James Hoos 09
Loyola University Maryland - B.S. Loyola University Maryland - M.A.T.