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Powering High School Student Ingenuity

Experience the fantastic STEAM Centre tools, techniques and passion with our High School learning opportunities either at your school or at our location.

DONATE, EDUCATE!

STEAM Centre is a registered charity! Your donations power field trips, programming and community events!

re//BUILD.IT

Learn what the components make up a PC, and how to rebuild it to bring it back to life! You decide how many instructor-facilitated sessions you need to complete your PC.

What we do

At the STEAM Centre, our heart and mind is in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. We create innovative curriculum for teachers, provide workshops for all ages of learners, and provide support and a collaborative space where the public can access 3D Printing, CNC, and other STEAM tools to work on projects.

YOUTH

TEEN & ADULT

EDUCATORS

About STEAM Education Centres

The mission of STEAM Centre is to educate and empower learners to imagine and create the future through play, ingenuity, and innovation using science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM).

STEAM Centre delivers a comprehensive educational model focused on developing the creativity and problem solving necessary to explore ideas and foster growth. The Government of Ontario and the Estate of Dorothy Fay Palmer have generously supported STEAM Centre.

STEAM Education Centres Incorporated is a registered charity.

Make your own Hexaflexagon!

Have fun while making this cool geometric craft!

Sponsor & Donor Spotlight

Consider sponsoring or donating to STEAM Centre today!

What the community is saying about STEAM!

“My students exuded pure joy…It was a totally incredible learning opportunity for them—and for me. (Fred) found wonderful ways for students to review scientific concepts with actual hands-on materials. Technology might seem daunting to many,” said one participant, “but Fred, and other members of their professional team made it so easy, so accessible. They showed you the basics and then they just let you play. Their enthusiasm was irresistibly contagious.”

Emma Romme, LCDSB teacher