Stranahan High School, is the first school in the nation to have a class receive Six Sigma certifications. Six Sigma is a set of techniques and tools for the use of process improvement typically found in engineering. These students have used what they learned in the class to make their own projects on issues around the school. Some of these projects included increasing the earning potential in fundraisers, decreasing the waste of school food, reducing the amount of tardiness, and many others. Superintendent Robert Runcie was so impressed he wanted to hear the projects for himself. The Class will be continuing at Stranahan and will soon expand to other schools.