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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

Our STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) program is designed to lay the groundwork for interest in STEM related fields of study. The students learn first-hand how an engineer designs and creates different prototypes. They face struggles an obstacles just as engineers face in the work force. Students must learn to work as a team to solve problems and overcome barriers to design a prototype that is successful.


STEM helps our students to be successful even if a design fails; the engineering design process has the ability of improvements. Giving teams an unlimited amount of times to succeed. STEM allows students to become the facilitator and take learning into their own hands. Studies have shown that by 2024 the percentages of STEM related jobs available in the US would be around 65%. That is why we started our STEM program at such an early age, to prepare our learners to be successful outside of the classroom.