STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) is an organic part of the daily academic curriculum at The Cathedral School. Using the National Science Standards as a guide, Lower School students develop STEAM skills through collaborative learning. In the Upper School, they use those skills as a framework to explore increasingly complex, high-level projects. Students pursue projects across a variety of disciplines, including coding, woodworking, digital arts, and robotics. The Cathedral School’s STEAM curriculum builds a foundation of creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration that will serve our students well beyond the walls of the classroom.