STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math–representing all the types of classes held in the new studio.
The building is intended to help develop the sciences and math programs at the Eugene high school. And the principal says students are the biggest fans of the new studio.
“We opened it last Thursday for them. So we did a quick tour and I said I was collecting words, and they said wow. The word is wow or amazing. Our students love this building,” said Kim Finch, Churchill High School Principal.
The building is full of state-of-the art features, including a 3D printer, solar panels, and even a video conference room for students to talk to engineers around the world.