Getting Involved at STEM

There are so many ways to get involved if you’re a student at STEM. This page outlines the different clubs and activities, as well as how to get involved with STEM’s Board of Directors, School Accountability Committee and Parent-Teacher Organization.

STEM Honor Societies

STEM Honor Societies and Councils Advisor Student Leader
National Honor Society Aubrey White Tavin Turner, Ankit
National English Honor Society Jon Jennings Brinda
Science National Honor Society Ben Johnston Julie J
Spanish Honor Society Maria Moreno Brinda
French Honor Society Kelly Lutz Tavin Turner
Math Honor Society Dave Snow Isabelle M
National Art Honor Society TBA
Theater Production/Thespian Honor Society Max Schwartz
Computer Science Honor Society Simi Basu Tavin Turner, Aragorn Wang
Elementary School Student Council Chelsea Bench
Middle School Student Council Michelle Gasser
High School Student Council Karen Adam John Masulit
Student Advisory Committee Karen Johnson Paige McEnerny, Amrit Ahuja

Enrichment Clubs

Enrichment Clubs Advisor Student Leader
TSA Mike Shallenberger John Masulit
BEST Robotics (parent) Tess Pautler Brent Weiffenbach
DECA & FBLA Allison Doe Beccan Gruenberg
STEMed Kent Schnacke Tjaden Litwiler
Linguistics Club Kelly Lutz Kai Kingman
Chess Club Dave Snow Kellan Shiffer
First Robotics (parent) Jack Graber, Dakotah Mann Mady Eidman,
Game Club Gavin Rubin Ryan Levisky
Dungeons and Dragons (parent) Jennifer Ford
Literary Magazine (parent) Sarah Fu
Ultimate Frisbee Club Ryan Thatcher Brent Weiffenbach
CyberPatriot Simi Basu
GSA Max Schwartz

Athletics

Sport Head Coach
Co-Ed Cross Country Chris Smith
Boys Soccer Daniel Ray
Boys Basketball Ryan Thatcher
Girls Volleyball Megan Lipe
Girls Soccer Edward Cooper
Golf Peter O’Connell
Boys Lacrosse Forrest Walker

Board of Directors (BOD)

STEM School Highlands Ranch is a self-governed charter school authorized by DCSD. Our Board of Directors set the school’s policies.

School Accountability Committee (SAC)

The School Accountability Committee (SAC) is comprised of parents, teachers and community members who would like to be involved in the planning and evaluation of the school’s instructional program and quality improvement processes.

Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO)

PTO’s mission is to work in partnership with the school to foster a strong sense of community, provide enhancement activities for student, staff and families and to help increase the educational, social and emotional experience for all.