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Empower Your Child To Become A Maker.

STEMx is a valuable partnership for schools that wants to teach computer science through problem solving and coding. We have developed modern and top notch curriculum to teach; Robotics, Internet of Things, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Scratch, MineCraft, Web Development and Game Development with Python programming.

Most parents wants their children to learn programming. Partnering with STEMx helps provide for a need that parents expect their school to fill.



Why STEMx

Currently there is a lack of quality technology and coding education in schools, even though most schools teach computer science yet, what is currently being taught in schools today does not give students a thorough understanding of computer science and programming. This is certainly not the school’s fault. Teaching computer programming with real languages and tools generally requires teachers with engineering backgrounds and schools simply can’t compete with the private sector which is snapping up new engineers as fast as they can. This is why we started STEMx to help provide computer programming classes that are affordable and based on professional languages and tools.

Our students learn basic to advanced computer and programming skills, giving them 21st century tools for creative expression. Our students create real programs that can be showcased to family, friends or during our Demo day events.

Learning how to code at a young age can truly set up your child for a lifetime of success. Even if they don’t go into a specifically computer science related field, it gives them an edge in virtually every modern industry.

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