MC2STEM

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Great Lakes Science Center 9th Grade 601 Erieside Ave Cleveland, OH 44114 216.838.8500 GE Lighting @ Nela Park 10TH Grade 1975 Noble Rd, Bldg 336 Cleveland, OH 44112 216.838.8520 Cleveland State University 11th & 12th Grade Rhodes Tower West, 2nd Fl 2124 Chester Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 216.838.8500 Head of School: Feowyn MacKinnon School Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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Cleveland Metropolitan School District

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Imagine

... a school that is revolutionizing education, a place where you’ll begin your high school career inside a hands-on science museum, move to the campus of a Fortune 500 company for your sophomore year and spend your final two years on a downtown college campus.

All of that is reality at MC2STEM, where you’ll be immersed in science, technology, engineering and math courses in dynamic learning environments.

MC²STEM looks like this:

Freshman year you’ll be at the Great Lakes Science Center in downtown Cleveland, where you’ll study in a building that looks out to the North Coast Harbor, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Lake Erie, but also looks in to the dynamic and informative museum.

Sophomore year you’ll move to GE Lighting @ Nela Park in East Cleveland, where you’ll work alongside knowledgeable professionals who will mentor and tutor you on their job site and in the classroom.

Junior and senior years you’ll be at the new KeyBank Classrooms in STEM Education at Rhodes Tower on the downtown campus of Cleveland State University, where you can work alongside college students in a higher-education environment with high-tech equipment, including lasers and robotics.

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School News

  • MC2STEM featured in Education Week

    June 2, 2016 - MC2STEM is featured in the current edition of Education Week as a unique way of integrating a school into a community utilizing partnerships for more than just funding.

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  • Robotics team wins world championship

    A squad of 25 CMSD high school students joined forces with peers from three other cities over the weekend to win the FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis. FIRST stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.”

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