Our Engineering courses in the Providence and New Bedford 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 soar as he or she constructs these complex creations with a partner and challenges other teams to friendly games and competitions. It’s a novel way for your son or daughter to develop critical 21st century skills while solving problems just like an engineer!
21st Century Programs
In addition to offering fun and memorable experiences, our Engineering courses in the Providence and New Bedford region help equip students with vital STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) abilities. Hands-on projects, creative activities and group learning all combine to help your child acquire crucial problem solving and critical thinking skills that can make a lasting impact, both in the classroom and beyond.▼
Is There an Aspiring Engineer in Your Family?
From constructing multifaceted structures to testing and rebuilding them in order to try out a different solution, your son or daughter will be taking on challenges just like a real engineer! Through our interactive programs, your aspiring engineer will learn important science, architectural and engineering concepts while powering up his or her imagination and creativity each and every week. Parents are kept in the loop through our regular email communication, so you can see your child’s progress and celebrate his or her achievements. In addition, we’ll provide a sneak peek of the next week’s project so the whole family can get excited for the next fun project!
Our Engineering programs in the Providence and New Bedford region include:
- Fun, hands-on activities that include building bridges using K’NEX® pieces and designing machines using LEGO® bricks.
- A cutting-edge curriculum that focuses on equipping your child with 21st century STEM skills.
- A friendly, supportive setting, with a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and only 12 students or less per class.
- Regular emails to keep you informed of the concepts learned and how your child is progressing.