Today we released the 2018 STEAMx Impact Evaluation Report that demonstrates the need for more STEAM-oriented activities in the Borderplex region; validating the powerful long-term impact supporting STEAM education will have in our community. Canutillo schools took part in a variety of challenges, coming out victorious.

The report sheds substantial light on how the STEAMx event is not only a powerful tool for the Borderplex' educational community but more so, for industry and businesses in our region, as the event creates a strong foundation for a talented, multi-dimensional workforce of the future.

Download the 2017-2018 STEAMx Evaluation Impact Report at

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CHS STEM Academy and Robotics students are hard at work preparing for their mall day on October 14. Students have been hard at work in the shop, lab and applying the 4C's. Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking and Creativity are all apart of learning. CHS STEM Academy on the rise. Robotics

Canutillo HS STEM Academy students participated in a community outreach project to help the families in Houston, Texas and in Florida. Students donated non-perishables, waters, blankets, diapers, dog food, etc. Thank you to the El Paso Fighting Hunger Organization for picking up the donations. Overall, at Canutillo HS, we want our students to be influential in the community, as well as being successful academically. #CanutilloCares

Canutillo Middle School Students Receive
STEM Academy Acceptance Letters

CMS-STEM Acceptance

Alderete Middle School Students Receive 
STEM Academy Acceptance Letters

AMS- STEM Acceptance Letter 2017

The Canutillo High School STEM Academy will be welcoming 60 STEM students for the 2017-2018 school year. These students will be completing the Engineering, Biomedical or Computer Science Pathway throughout their academic career. 

The Canutillo High School STEM Academy is an outstanding opportunity for our STEM students wishing to pursue a rigorous academic environment in the discipline of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Students will also learn the 21st century skills such as critical thinking and technical skills, which are needed to compete in a world where many STEM Businesses & Industry fields are seeking.

Lastly, the four year program is a school within an school, housed at Canutillo High School campus. The highly motivated program focuses on college preparation with career awareness in those specialized fields.