If tinkering with machines and making structures is your child's idea of a good time, our Engineering programs in Burlington could be just what you need to help your son or daughter's imagination soar. Our interactive courses are a fun and educational way for your child to learn a variety of engineering concepts while firing up his or her creativity. Kids work on different projects every week, teaming up with a partner to design and build K’NEX® bridges or complicated LEGO® machines. There’s no better way for your child to develop 21st century competencies he or she will need for success in the classroom and beyond!

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Build Important STEM Skills

Building, deconstructing and experimenting with cool creations means kids have a blast with our Engineering program in Burlington while developing important skills in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Through hands-on learning, collaboration and wrap-up activities, your child will also enhance his or her critical thinking and problem solving skills. Register today to give your child a jump-start towards success!

Our Personal Approach

Sylvan has a maximum student-to-teacher ratio of 6:1 — and a maximum class size of 12 students — so you can expect us to provide the personalized learning experience and one-on-one attention your child needs to thrive. We also email parents on a regular basis to make sure they understand what kind of projects their children are working on and how much progress is being made. You’ll be able to stay informed on your child’s progress, the STEM concepts he or she is learning and upcoming projects. It’s a productive way to be a part of your child’s success!

Our Engineering programs in Burlington at a glance:

  • 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.