Donating to the STEAM Fund allows our students to innovate, lead, and take ownership of their education.
In early 2018, St. John's Lutheran School opened a dedicated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Lab, bringing endless possibilities for educating St. John's students. Across the hall is our instrumental music room, which completes a full STEAM (adding the Arts to STEM) corridor at St. John's! We are the only school in Orange County to have a dedicated STEAM corridor with opportunities for Kindergarten through 8th grade students to fully experience 21st century learning!
The STEAM Corridor is awesome, and is possible because of YOUR generosity.
What is a Makerspace? It's a place in which people with shared interests, especially in computing or technology, can gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment, and knowledge. It's a creative hub of student energy!
3D Printing Lab
St. John's students design and experiment with our four 3D printers, creating items and using their imaginations. Having a dedicated space for this increases our capabilities and the student's involvement in the process.
Instructional Space for Science and Technology
Educational Technologist Mrs. Sarah Grack introduces exciting projects and programs to utilize the STEM Lab and bring fun hands-on experiences to the students of St. John's.
Instrumental Music teacher Mrs. Elliott teaches our students how to serve and honor God with their musical gifts, inspiring a lifelong love of music.