Stimulate Inquiry and Curiosity in Your Child

Science, Technology, Engineering, Art+ and Math are where the most promising jobs of tomorrow lie.  Our unique approach uses higher order levels of thinking to develop a love of learning and build lifelong career skills.

The Value of Steam Education

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics) is an educational approach that merges these disciplines in a seamless manner, ensuring they are present in all aspects of the classroom environment, from structured lessons to daily activities. What makes STEAM distinct is how it integrates both the analytical and creative elements of the subjects, fostering a more comprehensive learning experience.

This approach does more than just teach children various academic skills. By weaving together both the arts and sciences, STEAM makes learning deeply relevant to students' everyday experiences. Children are encouraged to see connections between what they learn in school and the world around them. This relevance helps in nurturing a mindset that values practical application alongside theoretical knowledge.

The incorporation of the Arts into traditional STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) challenges students to think creatively and critically. This not only enhances their academic performance but also equips them with the skills needed to excel in diverse fields. By fostering an environment that emphasizes open-ended exploration, STEAM empowers students by instilling confidence and the ability to think holistically. This broadened perspective prepares them not just for academic success, but for real-world challenges as well.

Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics

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Below are just a few of the statistics related to STEM careers:

  • STEM jobs are projected to grow 8.8% between 2017 and 2029.
  • Software development employment, in particular, is projected to grow 22%.
  • Employment in STEM occupations has grown 79% since 1990.
  • The average median hourly wage for STEM jobs is $38.85.
  • The median annual wage of STEM occupations in 2020 was $89,780, while the median annual wage for non-STEM occupations came in at $40,020.
  • The US is placed 30th of 64 countries in math, and 11th in science.
  • Only 20% of US high school graduates are prepared for college-level coursework in STEM majors.

( The Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2021)