At SJIC students are introduced to new challenges in engineering and robotics that encourages problem solving and collaboration in an interactive and explorative learning framework.


Design, build, and program robots to complete missions

Machine Learning

Engineering and Science collide to create practical machines with real applications.


Explore hardware and software engineering with hands on projects using Makey Makey kits and Scratch coding to program them.

Building for Strength

Examine the impact Civil Engineers have had on the world around them while learning about the forces of tension, compression, torsion, and shear.


Build a variety of airborne vehicles with hands on projects and watch them fly.


Work with low-voltage electricity to build electromagnets, working flashlights and more.

Green Energy

Explore alternative energies: wind, solar, electric, hydrogen…for a cleaner environment. Lots of hands on projects!

Women in Space

Women in Space

NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Kristina Koch completed the first ever all women spacewalk outside the International Space Station! Another milestone for women in history has been made. The spacewalk took place on October 18, 2019 at 7:38 am. They went above and...

4 Ways Chess Increases Your Brain Power

4 Ways Chess Increases Your Brain Power

Chess has entered the chat... Everybody knows of the classical game known as chess, but does everyone know that it’s more than just a game to pass time? In this blog, we’ll explain how chess is an exceptionally fun and intriguing way to increase your child’s brain...

The Future of Self-Driving Cars

The Future of Self-Driving Cars

While the invention of the self-driving car was started by older generations it will be up to the next generation of Gen Z and Millennial to take the wheel for future advancement. Studies have shown that humans are more likely to make mistakes while driving than...

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