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Governor’s STEM Academy at Chantilly High School  May 22, 2019 – 09:23 am
Established STEM Academies

Project Title: Governor’s STEM Academy at Chantilly High School

Project Lead: Chantilly High School

Program Focus: The program at the Chantilly High School focuses on engineering and technology and cyber security. The Academy provides students with the STEM-enriched technological skills with a focus on college and career readiness.

Partners: Fairfax County Public Schools; Northern Virginia Community College;

Academy Website:

Application: Board Of Education Approved Governor’s Academy Application (PDF)

Executive Summary

Partnership Members: Fairfax County Public Schools; Northern Virginia Community College; Purdue University; University of Texas; Virginia Commonwealth University College of Engineering; George Mason University; Volgenau School of Engineering; Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce; Inova Health System; Lockheed Martin Corporation; NASA; Micron Technology, Inc.; Northrop Grumman Information Systems; Air Force Association; Vencore; ExxonMobil; Security of Women Engineers; Virginia Department of Transportation; Booz Allen Hamilton; SRC Inc.; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 26; and Virginia Manufacturers Association.

Lead Entity: Chantilly High School

Fiscal Agent: Fairfax County Public Schools

Contact Person:
Ms. Virginia Muller, Academy Administrator
Chantilly High School
4201 Stringfellow Road
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
Phone: 703-222-7461

Academy Location:
Chantilly Governor’s STEM Academy
4201 Stringfellow Road
Chantilly, VA 20151

Number of Students Served: The Governor’s STEM Academy serves 1, 500 students in grades 9-12.

Career Pathways: Engineering and Technology and Cyber Security

Academy Goals and Description: The overall goals of the Governor’s STEM Academy are to provide students with the 21st-century, STEM-enriched technological skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in postsecondary education and in STEM-related careers through authentic, rigorous, project-based work while building partnerships with parents, community and business leaders to meet these goals.


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