STEM School Chattanooga is a public high school in Hamilton County, Tennessee. The school was founded in August 2012 as a platform school aimed to provide problem-based learning curriculum design aligned with Tennessee's state standards with a focus on sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics, and the arts. The school incorporates problem-based learning with an emphasis on core context learning and process skills to develop an innovative, critical thinking, and collaborative learning environment.

*Tennessee Reward School for Academic Performance*
 *TN STEM Designated School: Highest Rated STEM School in the State of Tennessee*
*MIT'S FAB Foundation Leadership School in Digital Fabrication (1 of 2 in the Country)*
*America Achieves World Leading Learning School for Innovation (1 of 30 in the World)*


To develop and share a new paradigm for world-class education using technology as a gateway to cultivate students’ inquisitive nature, exercise innovation, think critically, and collaborate to become leaders who are self-sufficient learners with the same passion as Chattanooga’s Renaissance.

Rising 9th Grade Applications for 2021-22 Open Now!

Applications for Rising 9th Grade STEM School seats for the 2021-22 school year must be submitted between December 1, 2020 to January 31, 2021. The Hamilton County Schools Magnet Application to complete for rising 9th grade students can be found at Questions regarding rising 10th and 11th grade available seats and application process should be emailed to

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