Frequently Asked Questions

Who can apply?

Homeschool students in Kindergarten – 5th grade are eligible for the program.

Does Steam Educational Foundation accept charter funds?

Yes! Steam Educational Foundation is an approved vendor with Inspire, iLEAD, Excel, NUA.

How much does the program cost?

Steam Ed may be paid out of pocket or using charter school funds. The two-day program costs $230/month, which works out to be an exceptional value at about $5/hour! 

An optional Friday add-on class providing a writing intensive for currently enrolled students is available for $105/month.

What are the important dates for the 2019-2020 classes offered?

Tour Dates
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Wednesday, May 6, 2020

First Day of STEAM Class: Tuesday, Sept 3, 2019
Last Day of STEAM Class: Tuesday, May 29, 2020

Veterans Day: Monday, Nov 11
Thanksgiving Break: Nov 25-29
Winter Break: Dec 23-Jan 3
MLK: Monday Jan 20
President’s Day: Feb 14-17
Spring Break: April 13-17
Memorial Day: Mon, May 25

What is the class schedule?

Monday/Wed: 8:30-1:30, K-2 STEAM class
Monday/Wed: 8:30-1:30, 2-5th STEAM class
Tues/Thurs: 8:30-1:30, K/1 STEAM class
Tues/Thurs: 8:30-1:30, 2-5th STEAM class
Friday: 8:30-1:30, K-4th Writing class

I’ve been told Steam Ed classes fill quickly - is there a waiting list?

Steam Ed classes are capped at 18 students, as we believe in individualized learning and a close relationship between students and teacher that you can’t get in large class sizes. Because of the intimate class size, there are opportunities for students to participate in creative, hands on learning, and learning is enhanced! Due to each class being capped at 18 our classes do fill quickly! If you’re interested in the program fill out the application asap. We will let you know if there is space available, or if you will be placed on our waiting list for the next available opening.

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