STEAM Summer Program


Tech/Art/Design for kids ages 6-12
Broaden your child’s exposure to science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) with a wide variety of new and innovative classes! The fun and intimate, hands-on activities of the classes strive to excite and inspire participants about STEAM, creating enthusiasm that will spill over to their schoolwork and school choices in future years.

Classes include introduction to programming, building and modeling, arts and crafts, logic puzzles and board games. It’s a perfect blend of stimulating and learning activities, museum field-trips, outdoor play and a relaxing time in the afternoon.

Student-teacher ratio is 6:1. 

Discover how much FUN science, math and engineering can be!
From puzzles and games to programming and painting, there is something for every student!

Learn about geometry by drawing tessellations and making beautiful origami. Study structure support by building bridges. Play strategy games to strengthen critical thinking and reasoning. Build a house of your dreams with a 3D modeling program. Learn how to program by making your own video games and animations.


To register, please fill out this form:

Regular hours are 9am to 4pm. Early drop off is available at 8:30am and extended day is until 5:30pm.
– July 10th – July 14th
– July 17th – July 21st
– July 24th – July 28th
– July 31st – August 4th

Tuition and discounts
$490/session (regular hours are 9am – 4pm)
$30/session for drop off at 8:30am
$80/session for extended day until 5:30pm

$50/session – sibling discount
$20/session – early registration by February 15th

Sample schedule:
9:00 – 9:30 – Thinking outside the box: mind benders and puzzles.
9:30 – 10:30 – Playground
10:30 – 11:00 – Snack
11:00 – 12:30 – 3D modeling and building projects
12:30 – 1:00 – Lunch
1:00 – 1:40 – Programming and electrical ciruits
1:40  – 2:20 – Strategy games and logical problems
2:20  – 4:00 – Arts & Craft

Field-trips to museums
Every week students go on a field-trip. In the previous years, we have visited the MIT museum, explored the Children’s museum, learned about engines at the Larz Anderson automobile museum, and got a surprise visit from Benjamin, the Clown.

Photos from last year
Please see our facebook page for the pictures from last year.