Our Engineering courses in the Raleigh-Durham region offer an unforgettable experience! Each and every week, your child will dive into a cool new project, such as designing, building and testing a machine or bridge using LEGO® bricks or K’NEX® pieces. Watch your child’s creativity reach new heights as he or she builds these cool creations with a buddy and challenges other teams to fun competitions. It’s a fantastic way for your child to learn how to problem-solve just like an engineer and get equipped with 21st century skills in the process!
A Real-World Education
It’s no secret that Sylvan’s Engineering courses in the Raleigh-Durham region are fun, but did you know that they also help equip your child with valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills? Via hands-on projects and collaborative group work, your son or daughter will acquire important critical thinking and problem solving abilities that can make a positive impact both inside and outside of the classroom.▼
Think Like a Real Engineer!
From designing and building cool structures to tweaking and rebuilding them to test out a different approach, your child will be solving challenges just like a real engineer! Our hands-on programs are a fantastic way for your budding inventor to gain a solid grasp of engineering, science and architectural concepts while also igniting his or her imagination and creativity along the way. Parents won’t be missing out on the fun either: we send regular email communication so you can stay informed of your child’s progress. We also send a preview of the upcoming week’s project so you and your son or daughter can gear up for what’s next!
Here’s what our Engineering programs in the Raleigh-Durham region include:
- Immersive projects, ranging from building bridges with K’NEX® pieces to constructing machines with LEGO® bricks.
- STEM-focused learning that will help your child acquire valuable 21st century skills.
- A personalized classroom environment, with 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and only 12 students per class maximum.
- Regular emails to keep parents informed of their child’s progress.