Welcome to the Austintown Middle School STEM class website. Our program at AMS includes two self-contained classes of 25 students for both 7th and 8th grade. In STEM, we blend Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math with our regular curriculum in a research and project-based learning environment. We love learning new things everyday and having the opportunity to let our creativity run wild!
BIG NEWS! AMS STEM made the local news on last years weather Balloon launch! Click HERE to watch the video!
Another amazing photo taken by a GoPro Camera at the Port Clinton Race!
Christian is using STEM's foam cutter to cut out his airfoil for the "Best Airfoil" contest, along with everyone else in STEM. Good Luck!
Caleb, Jianna, and Diven are looking at all the 3-D printed things from NAMII, on our second annual NAMII field trip.
Andrew is hard at work soldering a night light!
What is the force that pushes current through a circuit? Jared and Tyler know!
Just some Liquid Nitrogen, No big deal!
The seventh and eighth grade classes in front of the Butler Art Museum during the planetarium and YSU Chemistry Lab field trip.
The 7th and 8th Grade AMS STEM students learned just as much about about history as they did science and aeronautics at MAPS Air Museum in Akron, Ohio.
The 7th and 8th grade STEM class from Austintown Middle School had a great time visiting NAMII. It was a so exciting to see our very own CAD designs come to life with the 3-D printer!
Chad, Matthew, Nick, Stephanie, Jared, Rachel, and Sidney all pose at the Air Museum in Port Clinton, Ohio during the Soap Box Derby Race there.
Photo finish between two of the eighth grade teams, Team Peak and Team Psyche, at the race in Port Clinton. Who will win?
Victor racing against an opponent at Port Clinton race! Way to go Victor!
Can a group of STEM students turn a circuit board into a night light?
Kaille and Taylor show off their "This World We Live in" final projects!
Sidney, Jared, Romond, and Taylor are watching to see if they can turn some wire and paper clips into a Morse Code Machine.
The 7th and 8th graders enjoyed the field trip to Namii, and they learned a lot about 3D printing.
Some glow in the dark rocks posing with some STEM students.
Two of our students, Dylan Fitz-Patrick, and Victor LaRose, have been working hard on creating a video of last year's Weather Balloon launch. Please check out the video on our youtube channel!
One of our students, Nick Hall, completed the "Hour of Code" and received this certificate along with everyone else in the class. Way to go STEM!