Inspire your son or daughter’s imagination with our Engineering programs in Spruce Grove and encourage his or her interest in tinkering with machines and designing and building structures. Not only are our courses educational, but they’re also a fun and and interactive way for your child to learn essential engineering concepts while also putting his or her creativity to good use. Buddying up with a partner, kids take on a new project each session, such as designing and building one of seven possible bridge types using K’NEX® pieces or constructing a machine with LEGO® bricks. It’s an awesome way for your child to learn important 21st century skills that can make a big impact in the classroom and beyond!

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Develop Critical STEM Skills

With our Engineering courses in Spruce Grove, your child will develop a foundation of basic STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills through fun activities involving experimenting with constructing cool creations. Your son or daughter will also leave with improved critical thinking and problem solving skills thanks to plenty of hands-on, collaborative activities. Register today and find out how we can help your child achieve more!

A Personalized Experience

With a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and a maximum of 12 students per class, you can rest assured your child will receive the personal attention he or she needs to thrive. We also provide email communication on a regular basis to keep you up to date about the program and your child’s progress. You’ll learn more about your son or daughter’s handiwork, see which STEM concepts have been covered and enjoy a sneak preview of next week’s project. It's a nice way to celebrate (and share!) your child’s successes.

Our Engineering Programs in Spruce Grove Cover:

  • A focused STEM curriculum that will assist your child in developing essential 21st century skills.
  • Collaborative projects that emphasize teamwork and help foster lifelong friendships.
  • Hands-on learning that challenges kids to build structures with their own two hands.
  • Wrap-up exercises at the end of every class to support the concepts learned in class.