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How to Start a STEAM Program at your School
Want to be a STEAMPunk Provider and offer Education with Edge?
  • You provide a room (preferably a computer lab) for the activity to take place and help market to your students via announcements and flyers we provide. Parents can register students in person, or through online registering.

  • Our STEAM programs use the arts and humanities to interest students in STEAM topics in a fun. and engaging way.  STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics and is a pedagogical approach to preparing students to be creative critical thinkers, collaborators, and communicators. 

  • We offer various sessions in our program designed for grades 1-12. Skills learned early on are vertically aligned to increase competency levels in various topics such as video game design, film, animation, and engineering. Our sessions also align with state and ISTE standards. 

  • Most sessions are five weeks long and last 60 mins to 2 hours. Students showcase or take home their work at the end of the session. 

  • The After School STEAM Program doesn’t have to cost your school anything. Parents can opt to register their child and pay for the tuition of the program upon registering. 

  • We offer 4 five week sessions throughout the year. Each session will fall in the various 9 week periods of the school year. We also offer single session scheduling and weekend workshops. 

  • Book a consultation with us now to see our iBook course catalogue and offerings. 

Click the button below to explore various sessions offered, or contact us today!


Having worked in education my entire career, I find it refreshing to find true educators that inspire. It's a gift and we're so glad [our daughter] got to have you as a teacher for 2 ¾ years.

--Kristin Ruth Kasting Karam, Parent of an 8th Grader



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