Learn all about Vivica Parker, the current CAFY Student of the Month and discover how you can nominate a superstar teen in the Huntsville or Madison County area!
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Get the scoop on the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s latest exhibit, “Neighborhood Earth”, and find out why your kids will love it!
If a trip to Disney World is not in your spring break plans, we’ve got the next best thing. Two Huntsville high schools are bringing Disney’s magic to our community with spectacular spring musicals: Beauty and the Beast at Grissom High School and The Little Mermaid at Huntsville High School.
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If you have a kid that’s really in to science, technology, engineering, and math, but doesn’t have time or opportunity to explore those topics in a formal capacity, there are a lot of media resources out there that are engaging and fun and can feed their desire for STEM-based learning.
Season two of Space Racers launches on Sprout TV this week, and Huntsville’s very own Space & Rocket Center is playing a huge role in promoting scientific literacy for your preschooler!
A Top Chef program brought some real STEAM into Riverton’s school cafeteria with the help of local farmers and students. But who’s cuisine reigned supreme?
One local Girl Scout’s story about how she used her passion for STEM to create an academic curriculum exploring GMO pros, cons, and misinformation.
While they still take on the more traditional 4-H activities, Alabama 4-H offers programs that hone 21st century skills to build excitement for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Who knew?
There’s a great place in Huntsville for kids in grades 5 – 12 that are interested in a career in aviation – FlyQuest even offers scholarships and hours toward your kid’s pilot’s license!
STEM-based learning activities are booming in the Huntsville & Madison area, and robotics is a classic way for kids to be introduced to technology and other STEM-related disciplines. But where do you go if your child’s school doesn’t offer robotics?
Now there’s a new summer camp offering in town that features interactive STEM activities throughout using technology, 3d printing, robotics, engineering, and more – the Boys & Girls Club of Huntsville presents their STEM Center of Innovation!
Do you have a middle schooler interested in robotics? Would they like some hands-on STEM education this summer, learning from students who have won in competition? Spark Industry Robotics could be your jam.