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About Us

Through our comprehensive project-based learning programme. FEM STEM Bahamas provides a year-round, intensive suite of informal Education programs for high school girls (grades 10 - 12).

FSB's core programs foster STEM skills development, an understanding of the importance of STEM as a way to solve the world’s major problems, as well as an improved interest in STEM electives,
majors, and careers


Registration is opened to public and private high school girls in grades 9 to 12. Interested students can sign up via our website or at their guidance department. There will be a pre-assessment and interview as apart of the selection process. Only four girls will be selected from each school, (1 Science, 1 Technology, 1 Engineering and 1 Math).

During the first year, the in-person classes will begin with the New Providence Chapter and will extend to the Family Islands by December 2023.


However, Family Island members will join virtually and have access to the
same resources.

The minimum GPA requirement for girls interested in registering is 2.50 GPA.
Registration fee is $50 inclusive of club Tshirt.


In-person sessions will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays beginning January 2021 at the Edmund Moxey Community Center, Ballou Hill Road, Nassau, The Bahamas

Virtual Meetings will be held on zoom or
Microsoft teams.


Our program includes a wide range of indoor and outdoor STEM-related activities. Our activity-, project-, and problem-based
(APB) instructional design centres on hands-on, real-world activities, projects, and problems that help students understand how the knowledge and skills they develop in the programme, and school may be applied in everyday life.

These project will be issued at the beginning of the semester and completed at the end of the school calendar year.

Participants will demonstrate their knowledge and skills by creating a product or presentation based on case studies for
a real audience at the end of the programme. 

The students’ work is hands-on and collaborative, and decisions about solutions are student-generated. 

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