What does STEAM mean?
S stands for Science, T- Technology, E- for Engineering, A- Art and M - rounds it
out with Math. The combination of these areas make STEAM, which is the wave of
the future. From robotics to the physicists figuring out cancer doses for a patient,
STEAM is a prevalent part of our curriculum Modules are being made for Robotics,
Coding, Simple Machines, Architecture, as well as engineering and Energy resources.
Jobs in the future will involve someone to control the robot that makes the car engine,
as well as produces the number of potato chips within a bag.
Steam allows the creativity of each student to become alive and carries them to wherever they want to go.
STEAM students are able to answer complex questions, investigate issues and develop solutions for challenges to world problems while
applying the rigor of STEAM. STEAM students become logical thinkers and effective communicators through the the technological,
scientific and mathematical studies.
STEAM is a combination of learning individually and with a group. Students engage in questioning , problem solving, collaboration, and hands -on activities, while addressing real life issues. Teacher within the classroom are the support and guidance for students the the problem-solving process and help plan projects for student mastery of the subject matter.
Our program is headed by a STEAM Certified Teacher
Our program is not sponsored by churches or other entities
Our program is held within a private, accredited institution of learning
Our program contains a highly certified staff that will be offering your
student a rigorous STEAM specific program of learning
Young people playing with the STEAM supplies at the GWINNETT EXPO. All ages enjoy STEAM and the ability to create and design something NEW!
● Engaging, hands-on, minds on, project-based activities in STEAM, digital communications and related topics.
● Applied technology to reinforce academics and build next generation skills
● Personalized learning with multiple challenge levels, open-ended activities and opportunities for students to shape and expand learning around their own interests, abilities and learning styles
● Connections to core academic content and alignment to standards
● Extension activities for advanced learners to explore topics in even greater depth
Systems of Technology
Alternative and Renewable Energy
Mechanics and Structures
Robotics and Control Technology
Scientific Data and Analysis