STEMLab offers homeschooling programs where students learn a variety of subjects ranging from science and technology to engineering and math. Located at Miromar Outlets in Estero and inspired by the IMAG History and Science Center in Fort Myers, STEMLab is a dynamic and imaginative new space designed for the whole family and especially for students to enrich their experiences and understanding of STEM.
STEMLab classes are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, except for the summer months. In each session, STEMLab offers a different topic for homeschooling, including chemistry, physics, robotics, biology, geology, forensics, electricity, technology, weather and science. engineering. Correlated to Next Generation Sunshine State standards, all IMAG STEMLab homeschooling programs are taught by professional museum educators.
Places are limited and classes fill up quickly. For information on upcoming classes and to register for STEMLab homeschooling programs, go online to www.stem-lab.org or call 239-319-5820. In addition to its classes at the STEMLab, IMAG also offers homeschooling at the History and Science Center.
Bringing inspiration to life, STEMLab is open to the public daily, free of charge. In addition to its home school programs, STEMLab also offers special programs for children and adults, including courses, camps and scouting programs, to name a few, as well as a STEMLab store offering STEM-To-Go projects, activities and giveaways. STEMLab is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. ¦