COLBERT, Okla (KTEN) -- A science, technology, engineering and math program that began three years ago for one Texoma school is growing.

Colbert Public School began their first STEM program with only 12 students from seventh grade to seniors in high school. 

And with STEM becoming more prominent across the country, the school decided to add grades fourth through six. 

"In stem education it's all about creativity," said STEM director, Kim Poteet. It's all about thinking outside the box. And whenever you're dealing with aviation, you want to find new ways to improve."

Poteet adds her goal for the STEM program is to make it district wide. -