Inspire your son or daughter’s imagination with our Engineering programs in St. Peters and encourage his or her interest in tinkering with machines and designing and building structures. 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. Your child will pair up with a buddy to work on exciting new projects each week, such as making a LEGO® machine or constructing one of the world’s seven bridge types out of K’NEX® pieces. 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!
Develop Critical STEM Skills
With our Engineering program in St. Peters, your child have a great time designing, building and experimenting with complex creations — and develop much stronger STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills along the way! Through hands-on learning, collaboration and wrap-up activities, your child will also enhance his or her critical thinking and problem solving skills. Give your child the tools he or she needs to succeed: register today!▼
A Personal Way to Learn
With a maximum student-to-teacher ratio of 6:1 and no more than 12 students in each class, you can rest easy knowing your child will get the personal attention he or she needs to do well. In addition, we’ll keep you in the loop with frequent email communication about your child’s projects and progress. You’ll get to see your son or daughter’s creations, find out more about the STEM concepts learned and get a preview of next week’s project. It’s a fantastic way to celebrate and share your child’s exciting progress and successes!
Our Engineering Programs in St. Peters Provide:
- Hands-on learning that allows kids to get creative with LEGO® machines and K’NEX® structures.
- A STEM-based curriculum that reflects the growing importance of 21st century skills.
- The fun, camaraderie and teamwork of collaborative projects.
- Wrap-up activities that ensure the session's most important concepts are reinforced.