• Students construct a fixed pulley for a compound machine design.

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  • Students build to their sketch of their compound machine.

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  • Sophomore Principles of Engineering students build a compound machine.

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  • Sophomores team up to build a compound machine in Principles of Engineering.

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  • McEniry Hall opened in August 2014, home to the STEMM program at CBHS.

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  • CBHS STEMM students pose with guest speaker LCDR John Hiltz, member of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and civil engineer.

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About STEMM CoLaB

Christian Brothers University (CBU) and Christian Brothers High School (CBHS) have developed a unique partnership to introduce a rigorous and innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEMM) education curricular program for high school students.

This partnership embodies both schools’ Lasallian heritage and mission pointing the way toward a new era of inclusiveness and commitment to the community.

STEMM education is at the heart of today’s high-tech, high-skill global economy. For Memphis to remain economically competitive and in order to develop and keep talent in Memphis, our next generation of leaders must develop the critical-reasoning and problem-solving skills that will help make them the most productive in our world.

Our Vision

Our Vision

CBU and CBHS are structuring this unique partnership to meet the needs of students in the Memphis community by creating a pathway that will give them a competitive advantage as they matriculate from high school to college and career. CBU and CBHS have partnered with the initial goal of advancing high school curricula and projects to strengthen student interest and preparation in STEM courses and create pathways to discern careers in the STEM fields.

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