STREAM Learning

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STREAM is the collaborative blending of five concepts through the platform of the Catholic faith in an exploratory and inquiry-based learning environment.

Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, the Arts, Math

Learn More About STREAM Schools

Science

A student at Sacred Heart in Colby learns about static electricity.
High school students at St. Francis Xavier in Junction City participate in a science lab.
Students at Manhattan Catholic School utilizing the garden for an archeological dig.
Students at Manhattan Catholic School utilizing the garden for an archeological dig.

Technology

A student at Sacred Heart in Colby learns about static electricity.

Religion

Celebrating All Saint’s Day at Sacred Heart in Colby.

Second Graders at St. Joseph’s in Oakley learned about the Christian symbolism of the candy cane, then measured, mixed, and watched the chemical reaction caused by corn starch. Each student then rolled and twisted the dough to form candy cane shaped soaps. The peppermint scented, germ destroying, hand softening soap is being given as Christmas gifts to family and friends.

Engineering

Tyson Vrbas, Robotics Teacher, Manhattan Catholic Schools, is the Vernier Engineering Award. Read More

PreK students at St. Francis Xavier working as a team, assembling a giant maze, and predicting which way the ball will come out. 

The Arts

Math