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North Idaho STEM Charter Academy

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Welcome to North Idaho STEM Charter Academy

School of Choice

Many of the jobs your children will be seeking have not been invented yet.  How will they compete for them? How will they create them?  Will they be ready? Are we willing to do what is necessary to make that happen?

Academic Philosophy . . . 

Capital campaign 

Help support our new building.  Construction is starting summer 2020 and opening fall 2021. 

Donate at NISCA-Campaign

 

STRONG EDUCATIONAL BASIS

Even at a young age, our students are challenged  in science, technology, engineering and math in their core subjects and projects.  The skills they learn in Kindergarten - 6th grade help prepare them for their secondary education.

Primary K-6th . . . . .

OPPORTUNITIES TO ACHIEVE

Our 7th - 12th grade program emphasizes 21st Century skills that are essential for students to be successful in postsecondary education and the workplace.  Problem solving, communication, . . . 

Secondary 7th-12th . . . . . 

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About Our School

North Idaho STEM Charter Academy is an accredited K-12 public school located in Rathdrum, Idaho.  Our mission is to prepare students, through rigorous and relevant content, to be productive and successful citizens by developing a strong work-ethic and the higher-level critical thinking skills needed to solve problems in the real world. All parents want their children to be successful, but STEM parents have the foresight, patience, and grit to actually know what it takes to achieve those things.

Our children will need to compete for jobs that have not yet been created. Will they be ready to compete? Or will they suffer the indignity of having a career thrust upon them because they were not prepared for the one they would have really wanted. 

We teach all traditionally expected coursework, but our students also spend a part of every day doing projects. These projects require that they are active participants in the learning process. Working well with others, exchanging and trying ideas and coming to conclusions. It also requires a willingness to develop skills in teamwork, time management and presentation skills in order to complete the project successfully.