Our Engineering programs in the Portland region are designed for big time fun! 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. Your child will get those creative juices flowing as he or she teams up with a buddy to build these awesome structures and challenges other teams to friendly games and competitions. It’s an innovative way for your child to think and problem-solve just like an engineer while developing crucial 21st century skills along the way!

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21st Century Programs

Our Engineering programs in the Portland region don’t just offer big-time excitement: they also help equip your son or daughter with essential STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills. Through interactive projects, teamwork and creative activities, your child will learn crucial problem solving and critical thinking skills that can make a lasting impact in school and beyond!

Aspiring Engineers Unite!

Whether it’s constructing intricate structures or rebuilding them all over again in order to try out an alternate solution, your son or daughter will be tackling challenges and solving problems just like a real engineer! Our interactive courses are a great way for your aspiring inventor to get to grips with science, engineering and architectural concepts while activating his or her creativity and imagination in the process. We also get parents in on the fun by providing regular email communication to fill you in on the cool new projects your child worked on each week. We’ll also send a sneak peek of next week’s project so your family can get excited for the next activity!

Sylvan’s Engineering courses in the Portland region offer:

  • Practical, hands-on projects that range from designing machines using LEGO® bricks to building different bridge types with K’NEX® pieces.
  • A 21st century education designed to equip your child with STEM skills.
  • An intimate classroom setting, including a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and no more than 12 students per class.
  • Weekly email communication to keep parents involved and informed.