About Us

What We Do

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Who We Are

 Since 2008, we've been providing Art and STEAM Enrichment  in your school, after school. Our weekly, one hour class  provides a new project each week coupled with a new educational concept.  Classes are for students in grades K-8.  

Keep on Track for School

We're here to help your child catch up.   Each week, in addition to fantastic art and amazing STEAM building projects we include key educational concepts tied to that  project. In art, we challenge  your child to create horizon lines, shadow, add texture, and add personal touches to their project.  Eager Engineers teaches a new engineering, math, or science concept- like simple machines, gravity, balance, symmetry, laws of motion, energy, fulcrums, circuitry, architecture and more.  Then we apply that concept into the Lego/K'NEX/Citibloc building project.  Our goals are simple: to create a positive, stress free environment and discover than learning is fun.

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Hands on Learning

All of our classes- Eager Artists, Eager Engineers, Stitches Sewing-  use hands on learning.  This approach is perfect for auditory and tactile learners, because they learn by doing it  themselves. It's what we encourage, because  learning how to do something is more important than the finished product.

Mistakes are OK

Who doesn't make a mistake?  Our instructors are trained to share their mistakes in the classroom, so when your child makes a mistake, no problem!  Just work through it and, usually, the end result turns out even better than expected. 

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Create a Love of Learning

Our goal: to help your child learn something new and have fun doing it. Each week, we teach and make something new. That way it's fresh, new, and exciting.

Creativity Rules

You want to color a pumpkin blue?  No problem.  Want to add some rain clouds in the sky? No problem.  Want to add a suspension bridge to  your Lego Taj Mahal?  No problem.   We want your child to unleash their inner creativity in our classes.  We love when every child's project is different than the others.