Reynoldsburg City Schools

Over the course of the past few years, Reynoldsburg City Schools has launched a K-12 STEM initiative, which now serves more than 2,000 students and is among the largest in the country. This STEM program has gained national attention and the district recently was invited to join the national League of Innovative Schools, partly because of its work in STEM education.

eSTEM Academy

As a demonstration STEM school for the State of Ohio, eSTEM Academy focuses the academic preparation of students on environmental science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Students experience an enriched college preparatory curriculum that includes internship and capstone research experiences in one of the following STEM pathways: Innovations in Material Sciences, Design Engineering, E3 (Environment, Energy and the Economy) and Logistics and Informatics. Ninety-three percent of the Class of 2012 have completed one or more AP Courses or Post-Secondary Enrollment Options with Columbus State Community College, The Ohio State University, or Ohio University. eSTEM’s AP offerings include: AP Calculus AB & BC, AP Statistics, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Language & Composition, AP Physics, AP Microeconomics, and AP Government.

The delivery methodology is problem based and focuses on the development of critical thinking, creativity, and confidence in STEM.

Scott Bennett, Principal, Reynoldsburg eSTEM Academy

Health Sciences & Human Services Academy (HS)2

HSemphasizes STEM interdisciplinary instruction and learning through health sciences and human services coursework. HS2 is one of four academies within Reynoldsburg High School and provides:

  • Experiential learning opportunities such as shadowing, internships, mentorships, cooperative work and volunteerism
  • A Capstone Experience requiring students to complete a culminating project
  • Enriched, AP, dual-credit, PSEO, Flex Credit and online learning experiences
  • Special education supports and services
  • Access to high school athletic and music programs

HS2 is geared toward students interested in pursuing health sciences and human services as an education field and career path in the future. In addition to the attributes mentioned above, HS2 provides features such as:

  • An on-site Community Health Center staffed by Mount Carmel health professionals
  • “Lunch-and-Learns” with professionals from the Health Sciences and Health Services fields
  • Collaborative time with staff and students to work on specific skills

Academy Leader: Anne Baldwin,

Summit Road STEM Elementary

Principal: Dee Martindale,

Baldwin Road Junior High

Baldwin is in its first year of operation and is open to all Reynoldsburg students in grades 5 through 8 who are interested in STEM college and career fields.

Jaclyn Angle, Principal,


For more information about any of the Reynoldsburg City Schools STEM schools and programs, please contact Tricia Moore at 614-501-5793 or 614-357-4439.