"Intelligence plus character" that is the goal of true education - Martin Luther King Jr.
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STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific areas — Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. According to the U.S. Department of Education, only 16 percent of high school students are interested in a STEM career even though STEM Professions are some of the most rewarding professions to enter into.

Our program offers STEM projects each week that are related to real world situations and align with school curriculum. By participating in weekly STEM Activities the youth are able to see how STEM relates to the real world and how Math and Science often work together to achieve a set outcome.

While participating in the program students learn important skills such as: statistics, problem-solving, creativity, argumentation, hands on inquiry, open ended exploration, intellectual curiosity, data drive decision making, flexibility, communication, resilience and the ability to re-frame failure as a part of the learning process.

In a support method to STEM Studies the center also offers tutoring in mathematics and science, group problem-
solving activities, journal writing, educational field trips, social clubs and parent and child time together projects.