Winter Classes are in session and spring Classes are enrolling soon!! Equip your child with the innovation, creativity, and perseverance they will need for future leadership with STEAM classes at Ignite. Research says that 65% of the jobs your child will hold in their careers do not exist yet. Equip your children with the flexible thinking needed for a changing future with challenging & innovative STEAM classes!
Explore, Create, Share and Makerspace allow your children to explore STEAM learning on their own. Young children will develop critical thinking, fine motor skills, and a love for science at our Explore, Create, Share open play times. Makerspace is a time for older kids to tinker, build, and explore STEAM on their own. Ignite provides the materials and tools, Your children just need to bring their imaginations!
Preschool - Kindergarten
Eyes sparkle and creative ideas flow in our science, art, and design discovery classes. Each week we will explore the world around us through messy multi-sensory play. We will build neurons as we paint, explore the beauty of nature, design experiments, and marvel at chemical reactions. Sparklers will be excited about their masterpieces and parents will be glad the mess was left at Ignite!
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
Explorer’s innate curiosity flourishes as they explore science, design, engineering, and art. Each unit, we will think creatively about the world around us and naturally gain knowledge and skills through guided and student-directed explorations. Teachers will continually prompt our Explorers to ask “I wonder why?” and “I wonder why not?” as they design a plan to create complex projects.
3rd Grade and Up
Innovators have explored science, design, engineering, and technology in guided classes at school and Ignite. They are ready to ask questions, imagine, plan, and create innovative solutions to problems they see in their world. Innovators have the knowledge and skills to work more independently in small groups and by themselves. Teachers will challenge the Innovators to tackle real-life issues and develop the ingenuity, flexible thinking, collaboration, and communication skills that will set them up for academic success and future leadership roles in college and beyond.