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Aerostem Academy

82 Second Street   Yuba City, CA   95991

Mission AeroSTEM Academy prepares students of today for the growing college and career opportunities of tomorrow. By exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (“STEM”) through the lens of aerospace, students gain the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to a dynamic, technology-intensive economy. AeroSTEM Academy creates a culture of character and collaboration in close partnership with college and professional communities. The educational program encourages imagination, incorporates experiential learning, and provides opportunities to engineer solutions. Dream. Discover. Design. Vision Graduates from AeroSTEM Academy will have mastered a growth mindset, determined a college and/or career field, acquired an accompanying real-world STEM skill set, and will be prepared to successfully enter the next phase of their post-secondary education and/or career pathway. Our Program AeroSTEM Academy provides an educational model for junior high and high school students who value learning and want to prepare for their future career now. By setting goals and committing to academic rigor, students will create career opportunities for themselves. AeroSTEM Academy offers on campus instruction Monday through Friday. Core subject content meets California Standards and is addressed and practiced through the lens of the aviation industry, which includes fields such as engineering, mechanics, computer science, mathematics, as well as aviation piloting. Students who attend AeroSTEM Academy will become effective readers, communicators, critical thinkers, and collaborators. In addition they will develop a respectful attitude toward learning including a Growth Mindset—embracing challenges and overcoming obstacles. Our educational philosophy will well serve those who seek a different educational option and want to be prepared for next steps in their education. It includes a strong emphasis on parental involvement, student interaction, student interest, technology acquisition, computer-based learning, laboratory work, and real-world learning environments.

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