In-Person Programs - 2021
All Our Programs Exceed the Next Generation Science Standards.
We use a combination of theory and project based learning tools to emphasize the fundamental understanding of core skills
Our After School Programs are STEM focused, creative, fun, and educational, helping students reach academic excellence, build confidence and leadership skills. Our academic team consists of highly qualified professionals, including real world professionals who are passionate about sharing their best learning experiences with our children.
Grades: Kindergarten to 10th
Location: Windermere Elementary School, 2 Abbott Road, Ellington, CT 06029
Students are divided in age groups and are assigned skill-appropriate projects:
Ages 5-7 (Grades K-2)
Ages 8-9 (Grades 3-4)
Ages 10-11 (Grade 5-6)
Ages 12-13 (Grade 7-8)
Ages 14-16 (Grades 9-10)
Programs for School Year 2021-22
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STEM WORKSHOP : Students become Scientists & Engineer in this class. Each day will introduce them to a different theme - Science, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Structural design, Programming, Robotics and More. Create rockets, build bridges, learn how cars work and develop programs. Hands on activities and projects that develop problem solving skills are the flavor of this week, and most importantly, all while having fun.
MATH : CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS
CODING : CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
KIDS ENROLLED IN ROBOTICS PROGRAM PREPARE FOR ONE OF THE TWO INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS
Ages 6-8 : Wonder League Robotics Competition (WLRC)
Ages 9-11 : Wonder League Robotics Competition (WLRC)
Ages 9-14 : FIRST Lego League Robotics Competition (FLLRC)
Please contact us to learn about the prerequisites for each program
Students enrolled in our ROBOTICS program, automatically qualify for participation in the Competitive Teams
Small class sizes to personalize teaching, allows each student to learn at own pace
Only 4 seats per grade level (Register early to ensure a Spot)
A quiz to emphasize the lessons will be conducted at the end of each class
Students will create technical content throughout the semester to present to a wider audience at the end of the semester. This will encourage students to display effective communication & leadership skills, and build their confidence in public speaking.