Academy of Science, Engineering, and Information Technology
This program offers specialized pathways in:
PLTW: Biomedical Sciences ‡ □ - offers an intense focus on the concepts of human medicine and biomedical innovations through an introduction to physiology, genetics, microbiology and public health. PLTW courses are structured so students acquire strong teamwork and communication skills. Students develop organizational, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills as they investigate various health conditions and infectious diseases, examine the interactions of human body systems, and explore how to prevent and fight infection. Students in the program may participate in an internship, clinical experience, or conduct independent research in the biomedical sciences field.
Engineering and Information Technology - offers a unique combination of engineering and programming courses in order to prepare students with the ability to design and construct both physical structures, such as bridges, houses, and machinery, and computer programs, such as Web sites and apps. This blend of digital and non-digital constructions strengthens students' abilities to be effective in multi-disciplinary environments.
‡ Students may earn a minimum of four MSDE Career & Technology (CTE) credits for graduation.
□ Transcripted credit may be earned from Stevenson University.
Admission criteria and Academy of Science, Engineering, and Information Technology ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES .
Lansdowne High School Academy
Applications are accepted for Grades 9 and 10.
Transportation is provided for students who are zoned for the Northwest or Southwest areas.