STEM Biomedical Science Program
Engage Students, One Medical Mystery and a Time
The STEM Biomedical Science Program at Lakeville North High School is a sequence of courses, which follows a proven hands-on, real-world, problem-solving approach to learning. Students explore the concepts of human medicine and are introduced to topics such as physiology, genetics, microbiology and public health.
Through activities like dissecting a heart, students play the role of biomedical professionals and examine the process, structures and interactions of the human body. Students will learn skills and techniques currently used in the fields of biomedical science.
The program is part of Project Lead the Way, which has set the highest standards for rigorous, focused, and engaging study to develop students’ innovative, collaborative, cooperative, and problem-solving skills.
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STEM Biomedical Science Community Information Meetings
Your child is invited to attend the STEM Biomedical Science Program at Lakeville North High School. The program is an innovative academic option for students in grades 9-10 (who have not already taken Biology).