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STEAM MAGNET

 
                           

We are proud to announce the NEW STEAM Magnet School at Chatsworth Charter High School. Students will complete a twenty first century pathway in Engineering Technology or Computer Science.

 

Opening Fall of 2020 with the Graduating Class of 2024.
If you will be a ninth grader in 2020-2021...
 

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Students use science, technology, engineering, art, and math to collaboratively research curriculum topics. Our curriculum includes research and action on issues that affect us all; efficiency of resources, reversal of damaging production practices, and flexibility to create and implement new technologies to maximize the effectiveness. 

 

The students utilize individual and group work, design and create possible solutions to real world problems, and explore their ideas under the guidance of instructors and industry professionals. To deliver our quality innovative instruction a variety of strategies are applied; STEAM theory, universal design lessons, interdisciplinary curriculum design, research proven instructional strategies, curriculum differentiation,  and  partnership with community, colleges and industry.

We offer two great pathways for students to "Transform their Tomorrow!"

 

cs pathway            

Students complete course work towards an Associates degree in Computer Science , a career technical education program in Software and System Development, and a high school diploma. Students finish their A-G requirements for high school graduation and complete course work through community college to earn an A.S. Degree and/or the Certificate of Achievement in Network Administration or Computer Information Systems.
 
engineering pathway
Students complete course work towards an Associates degree in Electrical Engineering, a career technical education program in Energy and Power Technology, and a high school diploma.Students finish their A-G requirements for high school graduation and complete course work through community college to earn an A.S. Degree and/or the Certificate of Achievement in Engineering Graphics & Design Technology.