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Traditional Pipeline Programs

Our pipeline programs are designed to support K – 12 students in striving toward their academic goals in preparation for a secondary education. Students are encouraged to take the highest level classes, with a focus on STEM, to reach their full potential. We link parents and school administrators with Wake Forest University mentors to develop a plan that motivates students to make the right choices that will lead to college acceptance.

The pipeline programs include many components, such as summer camps infused with PBL lessons and field trips, monitoring student progress throughout the academic year, and several student/parent group meetings. Group meetings include team-building activities, learning style quizzes, and sharing activities designed to help students and parents communicate about academic objectives.

We have been successful in helping many students in school districts throughout North Carolina. Contact us to discuss how a customized pipeline program would be beneficial for your district.

STEM Pipeline Development Programs

We are happy to announce that we now offer a STEM Pipeline Development Program to help you design a student’s progression from elementary school through high school in order to reach their college goals.  This program includes academic enrichment, student support programs and parent support programs.  These services are custom designed to fit you and your students’ needs.  Contact us today for pricing options. 


Wake/UTD PBL, in conjunction with medical students in the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) organization at Wake Forest School of Medicine, has launched its tutoring program for this school year on Tuesday nights from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  This unique program pairs up students from across the Piedmont Triad with a medical student tutor to assist them with their homework.  This program’s goals are to support students as they strive toward their academic goals and position themselves as strong STEM students ready for rigorous high school courses in preparation for secondary education.   


"I was trained in PBL when I moved to Winston Salem, NC, and I have been using it in my classroom ever since. It is an excellent way to foster critical thinking. Teaching students to problem-solve provides them with essential 21st century skills." - Denise Brodeur

How Can We Help You

Contact Us:

Mailing Address:
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston Salem, NC 27157

Physical Address:
Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education
475 Vine Street

Winston Salem, NC 27101

Phone: 336.713.2708
Email: wfpbl@wakehealth.edu