STEM Curiosity Lab
FREE STEM Curiosity Lab 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.
For 2020-2021, STEM Curiosity Lab will start in January 2021, with student recruitment starting in November. See you then!
Walking Mountains STEM Curiosity Lab 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.
Contact Chelsea Brisson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
The Walking Mountains Science Center STEM Program is proud to be nationally accredited as an Accomplished Program by: