For the third consecutive year, students from Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown won the PA Governor’s STEM Regional Competition held at the Chester County Intermediate Unit-Brandywine Campus. This annual STEM competition challenges teams to answer needs of Pennsylvanians, while also exploring STEM careers and developing communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity skills. This year’s […]
They can spin, crawl, and race — and at this school, they’re introducing students to the complex, creative world of coding. See how Ozobots help classrooms bring science to life.
When she learned her golf team was shutting down, this student rallied support — then led it to record-breaking victory.
“It’s not science OR faith. It’s science AND faith.” This is the story of Michael Prieto, an AOPS student in search of understanding and answers.
Nervous students. Fictional defendants. A real presiding judge. See how this program uses literature to fuel high-stakes courtroom showdowns.
In 2017, AOPS students surpassed national testing averages as well as their own scores from previous years. Check out their results in our latest infographic!
Caroline Curtiss learned more than how to take tests — she gained the confidence to take risks. Discover her path to becoming a National Merit Finalist.
Assumption Academy has a new approach to immersive education: taking the classroom outdoors, rain or shine, every day. Here’s why (and how) teachers are getting students in touch with some very messy subject matter!
Steve Clement’s parents were AOPS sweethearts. He was an AOPS student. Now he’s helping to direct AOPS enrollment. Find out why our academics, athletics, and service kept bringing him back!
The visual and performing arts are big business — which is why AOPS schools are positioning students for careers in design, dance, music, and more. Get the full details in our latest infographic!
Empathy begins with understanding. Here are 5 ways to get your child engaged in new cultures and languages today.
From interactive videos to talking worksheets, augmented reality is changing the way students engage with and explore new concepts. See why some experts predict that AR will change the face of education.
From graffiti-style portraits to exhibitions, Madison Blyler uses art to help students find and develop their voices. Here’s what she had to say about building community through St. Laurence School’s thriving art program.