Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Mathematics
The 21 century is moving fast into STEAM careers. Our strong Science and Math Department curricular coupled with our Computer Science, Arts and Technology offerings will lead the way in helping students experience our STEAM program. Students should include classes with creative engagement, like Music, Graphic Design, and Humanities, which will complement and benefit their STEAM education.
Students with a strong interest in STEAM should take at least:
4 Years of Science
4 Years of Math
2 Years of Computer Science
Other courses that enhance the program:
AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Environmental Science, AP Chemistry, Design & Technology, AP Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science, AP Studio Art
Other activities that enhance the program:
Robotics Club, Math & Science Bowl, Visual Arts Club
Concert Choir - Take nation-wide music tours every year
Culinary Careers - Become ServSafe Certified
AP World History - Earn college credits as a freshman
AP Biology - Prepare for a career in the medical field
Mission, Ministry & Service - Prepare for a career in church-work
Woods & Power Tech - Prepare for a career in the trades
Spanish & Mandarin Chinese - Increase memory and cognitive skills
At Martin Luther High School we're all about technology. Technological advances have impacted every aspect of our lives, and this hasn't gone unnoticed at Martin Luther. We've put today's educational technology in place, and we're leveraging it to provide a modern learning environment for our students. We offer students:
A modern campus with WiFi access throughout.
Policies in place that allow students to use wireless personal learning devices in class and throughout the day.
24/7 Access to our updated web sites.
Computer labs with up to date hardware and software.
A Social Media infrastructure including: Facebook, Twitter, Livestream, and YouTube.
Online access to student grades.
We also in the planning stages of:
Changing our curriculum to reflect 24/7 learning methods.
Retraining our faculty to focus on teaching methods that go beyond textbooks.
Building an eBook infrastructure to completely replace textbooks.