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"You can teach a student a lesson for a day, but if you teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives."

- Clay P. Bedford

President of Kaiser

Aerospace & Electronics







Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) occupations have grown 79% since 1990

STEM workers earn an average of 26% more than their peers

A STEM education better prepares students for careers such as engineering, biomedical research, finance, aerospace, computer programming, and much more.

Jobs in the STEM field will grow by more than 9 million by 2022

Over the next decade many of the 30 fastest growing jobs will require STEM skills. 


Videos we're watching...

"One can remain alive ... if one is unafraid of change, insatiable in intellectual curiosity interested in big things and happy in small ways."

- Edith Wharton

Boston Dynamics

"Do You Love Me?"

While for many of our students, this level of robotics and programing is a few years away, what an inspiration! Groovy, curious and nerdy. A career in cutting-edge technology can reward in so many ways. 

Adam Savage's Tested

"How Boston Dynamics' Spot Robot Learns to Dance!"

What happens with Myth Busters, coding and Boston Dynamic's Spot meet? Pure STEM awesomeness. Our students learn the basics of coding with their own robots, just like Spot.

Articles we're reading...


Tackling Our STEM Education Challenge: Innoverge

Mary Juetten interviews Archika Dogra, founder of Innoverge on the importance of STEM curriculum for future professionals in the 21st century.


OPINION: Why school shutdowns are a disaster for science classes

In her OpEd, Lala Tanmoy Das discusses the impact of COVID school closures on students' STEM opportunities in education and beyond.


The Biden presidency and a new direction in education policy

Kennith K. Wong's analysis on the new direction American education will take under the Bidden and Harris Administration in the United States.

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