FAIRVIEW PARK, Ohio — Lost during the pandemic-related blur that has been the last six months is the fact Fairview High School was nationally recognized by two different organizations.
Not only did it receive a STEM/STEAM School Designation from the Ohio STEM Learning Network (OSLN), but it was designated as a 2020 Model School from the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE).
“What it really means is the hard work of Fairview High School administrators to build innovative programming and top-quality academics has really drawn attention,” Fairview Park City Schools Superintendent Bill Wagner said. “These recognitions are something we’re very proud of.”
Fairview High School was one of 28 schools that applied for the STEM/STEAM School Designation.
Ohio STEM Committee approved applications for schools that implement best practices in STEM and STEAM education, which include creating a culture of inquiry, entrepreneurialism, problem solving, problem-based learning and connections to the