The STEMM Academy offers a curriculum designed to enable students to transition to high school having completed high school courses including Algebra I Honors, Geometry I Honors, Physical Science Honors, Earth Space Science Honors, and Fundamentals of Web Design. STEMM follows a block schedule with 100-minute classes that support performance-based and laboratory instruction. Through our myriad CTE courses, students can earn adult ICT and Microsoft industry certifications.

Our students deepen their learning through collaborative hands-on projects to become critical thinkers and effective real-world problem solvers. Whether its in the Maker Space, the 3D Printer lab, the Flight Lab, or the classroom, students build, create, and investigate real-world problems. In addition, professionals in the STEM community serve as mentors and guest speakers, and host students through a variety of field experiences.

Curriculum Guide

Students enrolled in Okaloosa STEMM Academy are given the opportunity to select their courses each spring for the following school year. The Curriculum Guide provides students and parents with the information and resources needed to make the most informed decision choosing courses. The curriculum guide will give you an overview of the courses offered at Okaloosa STEMM Academy at each grade level. You can find out more information about the many innovative, challenging, and interesting elective options we offer for your STEMM students.   As a STEMM-focused school, students will be expected to take at least one CTE elective each year


You can find out more about the Florida state standards associated with each course at 


Mathematics Course Progression

Algebra I for High School Credit
Middle school students enrolled in Algebra I must take the Algebra I EOC assessment, which constitutes 30% of the student’s final grade, AND pass the course to earn high school Algebra I credit.

Geometry for High School Credit
Middle school students enrolled in high school Geometry must take the Geometry EOC assessment, which constitutes 30% of the student’s final course grade and earn a passing grade in the course in order to qualify for a standard high school diploma scholar designation. The final course grade is included in the high school GPA.

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Scheree Martin, Principal

Okaloosa STEMM Academy
379 Edge Avenue
Valparaiso, FL 32580

School Hours: 7:00 - 2:30
Phone: 850-833-4120 

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