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Northeast Ohio Hub

Northeast Hub on map of OhioThe Northeast Ohio hub is located at the Metropolitan Cleveland Consortium for STEM (MC² STEM) High School. The hub’s mission is to collaborate, innovate and engage the entire community in improving the education of children through STEM.

This hub consists of a regional STEM training center and two additional schools – MC²STEM High School and Design Lab Early College High School.


The hub’s unique public private partnership consists of over 50 local organizations from the philanthropic, business, K-12, higher education and government sectors and includes such major partners as:

    • Battelle Memorial Institute
    • Case Western Reserve University
    • The Cleveland Foundation
    • Cleveland Metropolitan School District
    • Cleveland State University
    • Cuyahoga Community College
    • First Ring Superintendents Collaborative
    • The George Gund Foundation
    • Greater Cleveland Partnership
    • Great Lakes Science Center
    • National Society of Black Engineers

STEM Designated Schools

For a full list of local schools, please see our complete directory of Ohio STEM schools.

Want to learn more?

Contact Dr. Kate O’Hara
216 687-2496