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In accordance with the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematical and Medicine (STEMM) programming, Jackson High School has been highlighting the areas of science and technology to better prepare their graduates for college and careers, reports the Suburbanite.

Over the past four years, the high school has seen a substantial score increase among its students on the science section of the ACT. Jackson High School assistant principal Michael Hamm explained, “The world is moving toward the science and technology arenas…Our kids are aiming toward that, too, and the rigorous curriculum and course selections we offer allows them to successfully do that.”

Jackson High School offers regular science courses such as earth science and chemistry but has worked to provide AP and IB courses like marine biology and organic science to enhance the learning of its students.

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