STEAM Academy

Lexington, Kentucky

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    The official window for current 8th graders to apply to STEAM is open for the next school year.  The window will close on October 7th.  Applications may be submitted anytime during this window.  STEAM Academy selects applicants through a lottery that maintains a diverse student population. and all will receive equal consideration.  

    STEAM Academy will be present at the Fayette County Public Schools districtwide Family Information Night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 19 at Frederick Douglass High School.

    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. Call (859) 381-3033.

    If you are interested in finding out more about STEAM or taking a tour please contact the school at (859) 381-3033.




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  • 2019-2020 Bus List

    Please click on the above link to see STEAM Academy Bussing information for the 2019-2020 school year.


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  • Canvas Parent App

    Please see the link below for how you download the app and create your account as well as how your student creates an observer code for you. Before you can complete/observe your student, your student will need to create the observer code from their Canvas account and share it with you.  If you have any questions or any issues in creating your account/having your student create/share their observer code, please contact, Ashley Rosen, School Technology Coordinator via email at
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  • STEAM Academy Permanent Home Announced

    The Fayette County School Board has unanimously voted to take action on a permanent home for STEAM Academy.  Additional information will be provided as the project moves forward.  

    Fayette County Public Schools Press Release

    Lexington Herald Leader Article



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