Program Details

Our STEM program is a comprehensive and engaging educational initiative that is providing students with a foundation of knowledge and skills in STEM subjects.
With focus on hands-on experiments, interactive activities, and real-world projects, the program aims to make STEM education accessible and engaging for all students.
Through the Career Exploration module, students will have the opportunity to learn about the various STEM careers and make informed decisions about their future.
We believe that this program will be a valuable investment in the future of our students and in the growth of the STEM fields.

Our Stem Focus

Although Our STEM program is well rounded on all STEM subjects, special focus is on programming, coding and tech related skills for primary, secondary level kids and as well as young adults so as to prepare them for the emerging tech future with the following modules;

Module 1: Introduction to Coding
Module 2: Web Design
Module 3: Robotics
Module 4: Data Science
Module 5: Game Development

Each module include both theoretical and practical components. For example, participants might learn about the fundamentals of coding in one session, and then put that knowledge into practice by coding a simple project in another session.

Program Structure

Our STEM program is structured into four main modules:
Introduction to STEM, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, and Career Exploration.
Each module is designed to be flexible, with activities and projects that can be adapted to meet the specific needs of the students.
The curriculum is designed to be engaging and interactive, with hands-on experiments and real-world projects that will help students develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills.

The program would be structured as a series of workshops, with each workshop focused on a specific module.
The workshops would be held over the course of several weeks, with multiple sessions per week.


Our STEM program will be implemented mostly in person with minimal online classes.
All our classes are led by experienced and knowledgeable instructors.

The online resources include online lessons, videos, and interactive activities that students can access from anywhere with an internet connection.

We have specific cohorts starting and ending their program within 2 years with each year being divided into two terms.

Cohort 1 starts in April every year and ends 2 years after
Cohort 2 starts October every year and ends 2 years after.

Meanwhile, our summer school is a crash program for 4 weeks that runs through the whole curriculum for everyone.

We have the following time arrangement for classes:

• Morning Classes (9am to 2pm, Monday to Friday) – for those who do not have school to go to or day work to do.

• Afternoon Classes (4pm to 6pm, Monday to Friday) – for those who would come for STEM classes after school or work.

• Weekend Classes (9am to 5pm, Saturdays) – for those who are only available in the weekend because of their busy schedules during the week.
We only have one cohort per year for weekend classes.

• Summer Holiday Classes (August/September yearly) – for students in school who are mostly in boarding schools and those who simply cannot combine STEM school with their school curricula activities.

We have the classes structured to ensure the students are well grounded in all the subjects


To ensure that participants have the knowledge and skills needed to enter the tech field, our program include regular assessments.
These assessments is in the form of quizzes, exams, or projects.

Hands-on Experiments and Industry Visits

Incorporated into our program are practical components of each of the modules.
For example, depending on the module, we have the curriculum designed so that participants might conduct hands-on experiments to apply what they’ve learned in the theoretical components, or they might visit local tech companies to see how the concepts they’re learning are applied in the real world.