STEM Curiosity Lab

Having fun while inspiring the next Einsteins!

STEM programming at Walking Mountains provides hands-on experiments and activities that allow your child to explore real-world examples of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Students will build and launch rockets, wire circuits to create electric grids, engineer and race a solar car, design and create LEGO prototypes using a 3D printer and much more! Explore your greatest curiosities through student-centered projects. Students who engage in STEM activities at a young age experience increased scores in math and science and have a higher rate going into a STEM related career.

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Walking Mountains STEM is offered to sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students and runs from after-school until 5:30pm one day a week.  STEM meets at Homestake Peak School, Eagle Valley Middle School, and Berry Creek Middle School.

Have a girl in 3rd-5th grade? Click here to learn more about the Girls in Science afterschool program.

To learn more about the STEM Program offered at your child’s school and how you can sign up, please fill out the short form below.

STEM Curiosity Lab Inquiry Form

Questions:

Please contact Amanda Hewitt, STEM Coordinator, at amandah@walkingmountains.org or 970.827.9725 x126.

The Walking Mountains Science Center STEM Program is proud to be nationally accredited as an Accomplished Program by:

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Learn more about the accreditation and our STEM outreach here.

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