Advanced Studies & Programs
Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) and BioMedical Allied Health (BMAH)

STEM Description

School bus schedules for the 2016-2017 school year will be posted online at noon on Monday, August 15, at


What is STEM?

STEM programs in Anne Arundel County offer challenging and engaging K-12 opportunities for students to become involved with the diverse fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The STEM Office provides and supports a wide range of STEM related educational opportunities, including the STEM Magnet Programs and BioMedical Allied Health Magnet School, which is a STEM magnet with the BioMedical focus.  Since BMAH is a branch of STEM, students in BOTH magnets receive classes in Problem-Based Learning (called Medical Rounds in the BMAH magnet).  With interdisciplinary opportunities both in and out of the classroom, the STEM office is helping to encourage students to be critical and creative thinkers and risk-takers through hands-on interactions with technology. Together, we can help prepare our students to succeed in the STEM-driven 21st century.



STEM News Highlight

German STEM Immersion Day at North County High School.  Click here for the video!

Contact Info

Contact Us!


If you have questions about the STEM program, please call 410-222-5391 (ext. 1)

STEM Mission


AACPS STEM/BMAH programs strive to inspire the next generation of STEM-proficient citizens and leaders by igniting and sustaining their passion for lifelong STEM learning in an experiential educational environment that empowers, excites, engages, and establishes connections with a changing global culture.  The STEM/BMAH programs focus on teaching the overall STEM ideals through different lenses, such as biomedical and allied health.

What Makes STEM Different?
STEM BMAH Summer Bridge Overview
High School After Hours Course Offerings
Co-Curricular Opportunities

Upcoming Events
College and Career Fair Flyer- Spanish
STEM College and Career Fair Flyer