The American Baccalaureate (AB) STEM program is a component of the comprehensive AB U.S. high school curriculum which provides international institutions with the ability to offer U.S. education programs to students in their schools. AB STEM is the component that covers the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subjects, which serve as the foundation for any STEM-based education at the high school and university-level.
The AB STEM EXAMINATION Is...
- A U.S. curriculum-based assessment of Science, English and Mathematics subjects taught at the U.S. high school level. The foundations and concepts are based on the actual U.S. high school curricula as certified and mandated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- Designed to provide high school (secondary school) graduates and prospective graduates an assessment of the student’s knowledge and mastery of these key subject areas as a prelude to:
- Further STEM-based study at the U.S. High school or university level
- More expansive study of the full AB STEM curriculum.
Biology Chemistry General Science Physics
Algebra Geometry Trigonometry Pre-Calculus
The English section includes the main precepts in a typical series of courses for high school students with a sampling of English for Speakers of Other Languages.