The state has officially designated John Marshall School of Information Technology as a STEM school.
John Marshall IT was one of 14 schools recently admitted to the Ohio STEM Learning Network. The designation formally comes from the Ohio STEM Committee, made up of the state superintendent of public instruction, the chancellor of the Department of Higher Education, the director of development and four members of the piublic.
The designation recognizes a holistic approach that goes beyond the STEM basics of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Schools in the network demonstrate exceptional proof of engagement across academic disciplines, empowerment of students to be creative problem-solvers and a commitment to a quality STEM education for all students.
CMSD's MC²STEM High School and Orchard STEM PreK-8 previously received the honor.