Our Robotics & Science programs in Georgia are all about keeping elementary and middle school-aged children feeling inspired, motivated and engaged after school and beyond. If you have a budding engineer who loves to tinker with technology, he or she will have a blast using interactive, kid-friendly software to build cool LEGO® robots. New to robotics? That’s ok! No prior knowledge is needed, and our teachers can modify lessons to suit your child’s ability. All your son or daughter needs to pack is a little bit of imagination and creativity!

Build In-Demand STEM Skills!

STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers are on the rise, which means now is a great time to equip your son or daughter with important 21st century competencies. And that’s exactly what our Robotics & Science courses in Georgia provide: your child will develop skills in key areas including computer programming and problem solving as he or she learns how to construct and animate a number of LEGO® robots with a partner. It’s a fun way to get an educational boost!

Collaboration, Innovation and Fun Unite

Each Robotics & Science class in Georgia is small, comfortable and personal (maximum of 12 students per session) and offers a unique mix of collaborative and self-guided projects. This means your child will enjoy both personal attention and the camaraderie of working with like-minded students. Your child will work with a partner to build a new robot each week, using LEGO® bricks to construct their creations and computer programming software to bring the bots to life. After each class comes to a close, your child will complete an activity summary worksheet to help reinforce the STEM competencies learned in class — and to show you all the cool new things he or she learned in class!

Boost confidence! Our programs feature:

  • Kid-friendly programming software that helps students build practical skills — and that makes their bots come alive! 
  • Fun STEM-focused projects that excite, engage and equip students with key 21st century skills 
  • Weekly communication with parents, which includes a session summary, pictures and a preview of next week’s project 
  • A personal, supportive educational environment where imagination, creativity and new friendships blossom!