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Hughes STEM High School (7-12) Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This college-prep focus includes project-based learning, and is part of a state and national effort to give students opportunities and a strong academic foundation in the global economy


Hughes STEM High School offers extensive use of technology, as well as job shadowing, internships and summer opportunities where each student leaves high school with college credits and professional certifications, giving them a seamless pathway into college and careers.

Specialized Home Blocks

Engineering Futures Pathway
This major focuses on the study of engineering design processes in civil, mechanical, biomedical, nanotechnology, sustainability, as well as others. The goal of this major is to engage, excite and educate students about the role of engineering in the urban and non-urban environments and understand how engineering provides solutions to many problems.
Health and Bioscience Pathway
This major focuses on both the medical/therapeutic science and research science. The goal of the Health and Bioscience Pathway is to engage, excite and educate students about the promise and achievements of scientific research and the opportunities available in the medical/therapeutic sciences.
Software Development Pathway
This major serves students of all interests, especially those with specific interest in programming, software development, mobile app development, multimedia, and other creative applications in order to prepare them for careers in the information technology field.
Plant & Animal Sciences Pathway
This major focuses on the study of animal care, conservation, and environmental studies. The goal of this major is to engage, excite and educate students about the plant and animal sciences.

What’s Happening at Hughes STEM?

Eleven of the district’s 17 high schools are part of a pilot project to establish a college-going culture throughout their student bodies.
Regional businesses are a vital partnership in bringing this vision to reality, and volunteers are needed.
Parents, please come meet your child’s teachers and visit our community partners.
District Expands ‘My Tomorrow’ Workforce Readiness Initiative


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(513) 363-7400


2515 Clifton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45219

Principal Kathy Wright

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