Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, & Medicine
Are you friendly, open, and understanding? Do you enjoy being a leader, organizing people, planning events, helping others? Do you like to work with people to solve problems? Do you like carrying through with an idea? Would you enjoy holding an office in a club? Do you like to see an idea through to an end product? This may be the Academy for you!
Are you creative? Are you imaginative, innovative, and original? Do you like to communicate ideas? Do you like making crafts, playing a musical instrument, taking photos? Do you like acting? Do you like dancing or choreographing? Would you like to see yourself on television or film? Would you like to publish a newspaper, magazine, or book? This may be the Academy for you!
Are you interested in science? Are you mechanically inclined and practical? Do you like reading diagrams and blueprints, and drawing building structures? Are you curious about how things work? Are you interested in science and/or medicine? Would you enjoy building a house, repairing cars, or designing and wiring electrical circuits? This may be the Academy for you!
Careers in this Academy relate to social, economic, business, and political systems. These include education, government, law, entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, management, law enforcement, child care, and social services.
Careers in this Academy relate to humanities and performing, visual, literary, and media arts. These include fine arts; architecture; graphic, interior, and fashion design; writing and journalism; film; media; advertising; public relations.
Careers in this Academy relate to medical science and technologies; to science and technologies necessary to design, develop, install, and maintain physical systems. These include medicine, engineering, manufacturing, construction, and more.
Please indicate your first and second choice of academies below, by writing your preferences in the appropriate box:
HBS MAC STEM²
A cumulative total of 20 credits or more are needed, in the designated courses that meet the state requirements for Michigan Merit Curriculum, for high school students in a four-year cohort for graduation.