The London City School District has integrated the Future Ready Schools ideals into its strategic planning process. This process prioritizes building personalized, student centered learning environments based on research-based digital learning strategies.
District Project: Future Ready Schools
London City Schools has partnered with JASON Learning to provide students STEM embedded travel opportunities, resources for design challenges, and STEM curriculum.
London Elementary STEAM Offerings
Launched in the Fall of 2018, LES students have the opportunity to explore several Project Lead the Way (PLTW) STEM modules.
Launched in the Fall of 2018, LMS students have the opportunity to extend their STEM experiences with several different PLTW STEM and code.org modules.
Whether discovering new cancer treatments or teaching healthy lifestyle choices to their communities, today’s biomedical science professionals are tackling big challenges to make the world a better place. London High School has partnered with Project Lead the Way to provide a pathway for students to take on some of these same real-world challenges.
London High School Computer Science PathwayToday, fifty-eight percent of all new STEM-related jobs are in computing but just 10% of STEM graduates are in computer science. London High School has partnered with TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS), which is a Microsoft Philanthropies program to provide a series of computer science courses for students.
London High School Vocational Agriculture PathwayAs our district’s first and top STEM pathway, our vocational agricultural program prepares students to solve programs related to agriculture, ag business, food and animal science, and mechanical principles. Our district also supports a thriving FFA program.