STEAM Academy

Lexington, Kentucky

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  • Application window for 2020-2021 is still open!

    Eighth graders can apply now for 2020-21 at STEAM Academy

    The window is open through Nov. 29 for current eighth graders to apply to STEAM for the next school year, 2020-21. Applications may be submitted anytime during this window, and all will receive equal consideration. STEAM Academy selects applicants through a lottery that maintains a diverse student population.   


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  • STEAM Apparel Orders

    Interested in purchasing some apparel to show off your STEAM school spirit?  Apparels orders are being accepted now until Friday, November 22nd.  Orders with payment may be turned in to Ms. Rosen.  If you have any questions please contact her at

    Apparel Order Form


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  • PROM-Save the Date!

    STEAM Prom

    Saturday, April 18, 2020


    Kroger Field-Woodford Reserve Room

    More details will come later, but save the date and plan now!

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  • Letter to Parents and Guardians

    A letter was sent home with students on Thursday, October 24th with information concerning an update to the district safety plan for STEAM Academy. 

    District Safety Plan Update Letter from STEAM Academy


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  • Permanent home in the works

    Demolition and extensive renovations are underway on the former Imani Baptist Church at 1555 Georgetown Rd., which the Fayette County Board of Education voted in December 2017 to purchase as a permanent home for STEAM Academy. The board will receive monthly updates on the progress. The district expects about 600 students from the STEAM Academy and some 80 in the unrelated and 2018-launched Success Academy to move into the building, tentatively in January 2021.




    Artist's rendering of the renovated facility at 1555 Georgetown Rd.


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  •  Next Level at BCTC & UK


    STEAM -- Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics -- is the broad umbrella for how the curriculum in this Innovation Zone program is organized. Students tackle high school concepts at very high levels, all through the lens of authentic, problem-based learning. For more information or to schedule a tour, please call (859) 381-3033. Click the image above to learn more about us!



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