Looking for a program when the kids are off from school?
Check out SciTech Kids Holiday Day Camps!
SciTech Kids Holiday School Break Program offers enriching and fun opportunities for children, ages 4 to 15, during their time away from school. Led by our skilled instructors, students are engaged in projects and activities that provide an exciting, science experience for every student. Kids get to do science experiments, engineering, architecture, coding and much more. The program also fosters creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and problem-solving, skills that are needed for success in the 21st century.
Upcoming Day Camps
March 20,2017: Click here to register
March 21, 2017: Click here to register
March 22, 2017: Click here to register
For more details about our Holiday School Break Program, contact us by email or call (212) 804-7055.
Want to see a glimpse of what it's like to be a SciTech Kid? Check out our award-winning White House Student Film, Full S[T]EAM Ahead: How Technology Rocks the Classroom!
SciTech Kids nurtures children's sense of wonder and excitement about STE[A]M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), through hands-on activities which unlock their imagination. We spark children's innate curiosity and creativity as they think, design and create through fun and meaningful experiences. Working alongside trained scientists, engineers and designers, our kids, ages 3 to 15, are involved in authentic scientific inquiry that changes both the way they see themselves and the world.
Check out our Facebook page to see what we are doing after school, in schools and on the weekends!
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