A design and engineering competition for students in grades 6-12. In teams of up to 3 people, students are provided materials, guidelines and rules for the design and engineering competition. Each year brings a new project that combines a design and build portion and a physical challenge or race portion. Prizes are awarded to winning teams in a number of categories. Learn More
The Exploration Club is for students in grades K-3, providing fun, hands-on, mentor-lead experimentation. Each week focuses on a different topics such as gravity, sharks, or robotics. Students interact with an expert in the field of discussion and then participate in a series of hands-on experiments. Learn More
The Mentorship Program provides motivated students, grades 4 and above, an opportunity to work with peer and community mentors who will guide them through research and development of their own original experiment or engineering project, in time to exhibit at the Scituate Science Spectacular. Learn More
The STEAM Spectacular has a new name: The SEAS Spectacular (Student Exhibition for Academic Success)! We've joined forces with the Scituate Public School District to provide students an opportunity to showcase the projects they have been working on during the school year. We will also have a number of community organizations sharing hands-on exhibits. Learn More
Our programs fill up quickly!
When a program opens, the number of students we can accept is based on the space we have as well as the number of volunteers we have recruited to ensure the safety of the children. After a program has reached capacity, we may ask for additional volunteers from the waitlisted families. If more adults volunteer, then we begin to work through the waitlist. It’s simple, the more volunteers we have; the more students we can enroll. Please consider volunteering!