Welcome to STEM Academy! Welcome to Excellence! STEM Senior Troy Womack provides remarks at the Chester NAACP Banquet.  STEM Senior Darria Brooks receives the Cora Lee Dixon Youth Award at the Chester NAACP Banquet. STEM Sophomore Khiron Grasty is the winner of the 2017 Chester NAACP Frederick Douglass Oratorical Contest. Ms. A. Jean Arnold announces Jordan Camper as the winner of the Kiwanis Club Award at the Chester NAACP Banquet. STEM Senior, Troy Womack, poses with his mother after receiving the James E. Cottrell Youth Award at the Chester NAACP Banquet. STEM Senior Class President, Miyah Tull, receives the Delores R. Shelton Youth Award at the Chester NAACP Banquet. STEM HS at Showalter: Home of Six Gates Millennium Scholarship award winners! Tianna Bland returns from college to be recognized as the first CUSD student to pass an AP exam. 50% of our graduating seniors will attend a four-year college or university. School Board Member Tyra Quail welcomes students on the first day of school. STEM Academy teachers eagerly await their new students on the first day of school. Student chess competition at STEM HS Parent Volunteer Stanley Davis, Sr. speaks to Principal Crenshaw on the first day of school. Mr. Cosfol and Mr. Paquette engage in conversation as they wait to meet their new students. We have exceptional teachers at STEM Academy! Mother of former CUSD teacher, Robbie Payne, donates school supplies to STEM Academy students. James Jackson speaks to a college track student at Howard University. STEM Ambassadors decorate Superintendent Baughn's office bulletin boards for the month of February. Student work on display in the Superintendent's office. The Chester Indoor Track Team prepares to leave for Penn State University for the State Indoor Championships. Students in the Daniel Hale Williams Honors Institute receive a presentation on cyber security. Ah'Rod Carter leads the Chester Clippers in three-point shooting. The counseling team planning dual enrollment initiatives at STEM. Chester Clippers Prepare for Tournament Play
Welcome to STEM at Showalter!

During the Keystone Exam weeks, STEM will have a delayed opening schedule for students who are not taking the exams.

Mon, May 16th & Tues, May 17th: Algebra I students report at 7:30 am, non-testing students report at 10:45 am.

Thurs, May 18th & Fri, May 19th: Literature students (taking English 10 classes) report at 7:30 am, non-testing students report at 10:45 am.

Mon, May 22nd & Tues, May 23rd: Biology students report at 7:30 am, non-testing students report at 10:45 am.

Early dismissals on Wednesdays (at 12:30 pm) will continue.

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Welcome to STEM Academy at Showalter! We are a comprehensive high school with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, located in the Chester Upland School District.

 

Click on the links below for admissions materials for the 2017-2018 academic year. Please feel free to contact the school at 610-447-3650 if you have any additional questions about the admissions process.

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Keystone Exam Logo Keystone Testing Schedule at STEM Academy

Special Note For Students Not Taking the Keystone Exam

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Annenberg Science Symposium Award Recipients STEM at the Annenberg Science Symposium

Click on this article to find out more about STEM students' presentation at the Annenberg Science Symposium at Riddle Memorial Hospital on April 18th.

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STEM Students at FIRST Robotics STEM at FIRST Robotics Competition

Have you heard about how well STEM students performed at the FIRST Robotics competitions? Want to read all about and see photos from our gallery? Click to find out more!

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Ahrod Carter Moving on Up: Clippers Advance to Second Round

Carter launches offensive attack to lead Clippers to a win over Milton Hershey. 

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