NYA-STEAM-Academies
STEAM Academies

STEAM Academies aims to heighten K-8 students’ interest and enhance their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEM and Art). Our goal is to achieve this mission by igniting curiosity in students and establishing a life-long love for STEM and Art through our expertly designed, creative & fun curriculum.

“Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton asked why.” -Bernard Baruch, American Financier

Our STEAM Academies is uniquely focused on fostering and developing essential 21st Century and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) skills like Problem-Solving, Critical thinking, Creativity, and Collaboration in a hands-on and practical but fun learning environment.

  • Creative & Fun Curriculum designed by experts
  • Hands-on tech-savvy & fun-loving teachers
  • Small classes
Paterson Charter School for Science and Technology after-school Robotics Class

NEW YORK ACADEMY STEAM EDUCATION

All the world is a laboratory to the inquiring mind.

Martin H. Fischer

Learn about STEAM Academies

Alternative Classes & Schedules

We offer weekend and after-school classes. We also organize summer camps and fun activities like STEAM-powered birthday parties.

NYA STEAM Academies

Free STEAM Courses for Low-Income Kids

PARTNERSHIPS WITH NONPROFITS

NYA is looking for tax-exempt non-profit organizations in Bergen, Passaic, and Essex Counties in New Jersey to partner with. NYA will offer STEAM classes for free to low-income kids and we only expect our future partner to provide a classroom for free.

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