Noblesville Schools Named Tops In Nation For STEM

Schools have been in top 1% nationally for sixth year in a row.

Noblesville Schools announced today that they have been nationally recognized as a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Distinguished District for providing broad access to transformative Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) learning opportunities for students.

They are one of only 18 school districts in the nation to receive the honor, putting them in an elite, top 1% group nationally.

All ten of the district’s schools were also recognized as Distinguished Schools, with Noblesville High School and Noblesville East Middle School receiving the top national honor for the sixth year in a row.

In addition to dozens of traditional math and science courses, Noblesville Schools offers 17 different PLTW courses across all grade levels with students exploring robotics, biomedical, cybersecurity, aerospace engineering, construction, energy, weather and much more.

The Distinguished recognition honors schools committed to increasing student access, engagement, and achievement in their PLTW STEM programs. To be eligible for the designation, schools had to offer a variety of PLTW STEM courses and have a significant portion of students participating in them, while students had to demonstrate mastery in the content and continuation in the programming.