STEM - Session 1 & 2, Ages 13-17
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) class integrates concepts that are usually taught as separate subjects in different classes. Students will examine different components that shape their past, present, and future lives in topics such as Electronics & Embedded Systems, Coding & Programming, 3D Modelling, and 3D Design. The course emphasizes practical learning through project-based lessons and units.
STEM Junior - Sessions 1& 2, Ages 11-13
This STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) course is designed to introduce key concepts usually taught as separate subjects for students and align them with everyday life. This is an opportunity for younger students to gain an insight into important topics related to STEM fields. The course will keep students engaged using simulations and hands-on activities. A major part of the course will be allocated to a culminating project.