Shoreland’s
STEM
Academy

Take a tour and test drive
Shoreland’s flight simulator,
which is used in the Project Lead
the Way Aerospace Engineering
course.

Shoreland is one of only 143 high schools across the country to be named a ‘Distinguished School’ by PLTW, a nonprofit organization that serves over 12,200 U.S. schools. Shoreland earned the recognition for providing broad student access to STEM programs in biomedical science, engineering and computer science.

KENOSHA NEWS, May 11, 2020

VEX Robotics
competition

Nearly 50 teams compete at the annual Wisconn Valley VEX Robotics Tournament hosted by Shoreland.

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Shoreland stories

Anna Becker

The confession tumbles out. “I’ve ruined a few carpets,” spurts Shoreland Lutheran High School senior Anna Becker as she explains that her absolute love of science and homemade experiments has caused the demise of more than one household item, a byproduct of her enthusiasm that her mother has learned to tolerate. Read her story

Riley Fee

“I’ve known people who really didn’t like their professions and have had a tough time,” said Fee, now a senior. “I really looked to my future and knew that whatever I did, I would want it to be something I would enjoy. The only way to get there, to open up plenty of opportunities, was to do well in school.” Read his story

Collin Doerflinger

Collin was a student in Shoreland’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Academy. “It did a really good job in giving me a glimpse of what I would see here,” says the college senior. In particular, Collin recalls the aerospace unit of a STEM course in high school that challenged students to design and create an airfoil, which is essentially a segment of an airplane wing. They then tested their creations in the school’s wind tunnel. Read his story

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