Our Engineering courses in the Houston region offer an unforgettable experience! Your son or daughter will have a great time tackling a new interactive project each week, including building, testing and rebuilding bridges and machines using K’NEX® pieces or LEGO® bricks. 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 a novel way for your son or daughter to develop critical 21st century skills while solving problems just like an engineer!
A 21st Century Education
Beyond being big on fun, our Engineering programs in the Houston region are also designed to equip your child with valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) abilities. Through creative activities, immersive learning and group collaboration, your child will build valuable problem solving and critical thinking competencies that can make a lasting impact both academically and personally!▼
Is Your Child a Budding Engineer?
From figuring out how to design complex structures to testing and tweaking them in order to come up with an improved solution, your child will be tackling 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. Parents can join in on the fun too: we send out regular email communication to keep you in the loop every week. We’ll also preview the following week’s project so you and your child can gear up for the next fun activity!
Our Engineering courses in the Houston region feature:
- 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.