If your son or daughter loves building structures and tinkering with machines, then our Engineering programs in Oak Harbor could be exactly what you need to help your child’s imagination soar! Our sessions focus on fun and friendship, helping kids fire up their creativity as they explore important engineering concepts. Working with a partner, your child will have the the chance to complete a variety of different projects including constructing models of real bridges with K’NEX® pieces and building machines with LEGO® bricks. 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
Learning useful STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills is more fun when your child has the opportunity to design his or her own creations and learn the ins and outs of constructing models in our Engineering courses in Oak Harbor. Through hands-on exercises and collaboration with classmates, your child will also strengthen his or her problem solving and critical thinking skills. Help set your child up for greater success: register today!▼
Personal Attention and Regular Updates
Your child is guaranteed to receive the one-on-one attention he or she needs thanks to classes with a maximum of 12 students per class. In addition, we provide frequent email updates to keep you informed about your child's progress. You’ll be able to see what your son or daughter is working on, gain an understanding of the importance of STEM concepts and get a sneak peek at next week’s project. What better way to share and celebrate your child’s success?
Our Engineering Programs in Oak Harbor Provide:
- A STEM curriculum that focuses on critical 21st century competencies.
- Hands-on learning in which students use LEGO® and K'NEX® pieces to design, test and redesign various machines and structures.
- Collaborative projects that help your child gain teamwork skills and make new friends.
- Sessions that end with wrap-up activities to consolidate the concepts learned in class.