Bonneville Academy is a public charter school located in Stansbury Park, Utah, that educates up to 702 students from kindergarten to 8th grade. As a STEM school, Bonneville Academy’s curriculum focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math; allowing students to not only learn about these areas of focus but also have real world experiences.
Bonneville Academy was named for the Lake Bonneville, which covered a majority of Utah 32,000 to 16,800 years ago and literally shaped the topography of western Utah. This ancient freshwater sea left an unmistakable geological signature in Tooele County. The remnants of Lake Bonneville, including Great Salt Lake and the Bonneville Salt Flats, continue to contribute to STEM-related fields of study.
- Exploration and experimentation will teach students about the many facets of science and how it relates to the world we live in.
- The global economy of tomorrow demands students who have a strong understanding of the engineering design process.
- Students will learn how technology influences our everyday lives by creating and building devices and software.
- Math is a universal language, a language that is essential to success in the modern, globalized workforce.
The Bonneville Academy mascot is a Mariner—one who navigates these scientific treasure troves, preparing for the waves of tomorrow. Our logo is a compass with four directional points symbolizing the four STEM areas: