Our Robotics & Science programs in Washington are all about keeping elementary and middle school-aged children feeling inspired, motivated and engaged after school and beyond. If your son or daughter loves to play with technology, he or she will have an amazing time navigating kid-friendly software to construct and animate an assortment of cool LEGO® robots. New to this type of thing? No worries! No past experience is required, and our instructors will gladly tweak teachings to meet your child’s needs. All your son or daughter has to bring to class is a little creativity and a big imagination!

Equip Your Child with Vital STEM Skills!

With STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers growing so quickly, there’s no better time to equip your child with crucial 21st century skills. And our Robotics & Science programs in Washington deliver just that: your child will master vital competencies like computer programming and problem solving as he or she learns how to build, analyze and troubleshoot LEGO® robots with friends. There’s no cooler way to get an educational edge!

Here's What Sets Our Programs Apart

With a maximum of 12 students per session, our Robotics & Science programs in Washington provide an effective mix of collaborative projects and personal learning in a comfortable, small group environment. This means your child will enjoy both personal attention and the camaraderie of working with like-minded students. Using cool LEGO® bricks and fun software, your child will team up with a partner to construct and animate a different robot every week. After each class comes to a close, your child will complete an activity summary worksheet to help reinforce the STEM competencies learned in class — and to show you all the cool new things he or she learned in class!

Our innovative courses feature:

  • Fun, interactive software that helps kids develop important programming skills — and that brings their robots to life! 
  • STEM-focused projects that are exciting, engaging and help your child develop 21st century skills 
  • Regular communication with parents, including weekly recaps, photos and a sneak peek of upcoming projects
  • A supportive, small-group setting where imagination, creativity and confidence soar to new heights!