For kids who love to build structures and figure out how things work, our Engineering programs in Richmond might be just the thing they need to keep their imaginations engaged. Kids in our interactive courses have fun, make new friends and demonstrate their creativity while mastering a variety of important engineering concepts. Kids work on different projects every week, teaming up with a partner to design and build K’NEX® bridges or complicated LEGO® machines. It’s a great way to establish a foundation of strong skills your child will need for success in the 21st century classroom and beyond!

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Focus on Important STEM Skills

Learning useful STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills is more fun when your child has the opportunity to design his or her own creations and learn the ins and outs of constructing models in our Engineering courses in Richmond. Through collaborative activities and hands-on learning, your child will also be able to strengthen a variety of useful problem solving and critical thinking skills. Enhance your child’s chances of success: register today!

A Tailored Experience

Your child is guaranteed to receive the one-on-one attention he or she needs thanks to classes with a maximum of 12 students per class. 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 be able to stay informed on your child’s progress, the STEM concepts he or she is learning and upcoming projects. What better way to share and celebrate your child’s success?

In Richmond, our Engineering programs teach:

  • A thorough STEM curriculum that encourages the development of valuable 21st century skills.
  • Hands-on projects like designing and building new structure models with LEGO® bricks and gadgets with K’NEX® pieces.
  • Collaborative learning that involves an emphasis on teamwork and camaraderie.
  • Wrap-up activities at the end of every session to reinforce STEM skills developed in class.