May 17: fashion show

May 17

Fashion Show (Dresses for Haiti)

Thursday 6:00 PM
Location: Bella Room

12100 W Colonial Dr., Winter Garden, FL 34787

Hosted by: Future Generation STEM Academy

  • Cause: Dresses for Haiti
  • Contact us for volunteer opportunities

Cost: None but $10.00 tickets to the event will be sold and donations collected.

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June 4 - 15: STEM (Science) Camp

June 4 th thru June 15 th

STEM (Science) Camp 

Monday –Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Heritage Prep. School

6000 West Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32808

Hosted by: Future Generation STEM Academy

  • Fun hands-on learning
  • Educational field trips
  • Healthy snacks
  • Special guests
  • Single week attendance also available
  • Extended day care available on request

Cost: $25 registration fee (nonrefundable)

$135 per week

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Previous Events

Because of the generosity of our funding partners, we are able to enrich the education of our children by exposing then learning experiences beyond textbooks and the internet.  ​Here are just a few of the special events we were able to participate in.

STEM Rube Goldberg Competition

A Rube Goldberg machine is a contraption, invention, device or apparatus that is deliberately over-engineered to perform a simple task in a complicated fashion, generally including a chain reaction. The expression is named after American cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg (1883–1970).  This year, we were able to enter 7 teams into the competition.

Field trip to Skeleton’s: Animals Unveiled

The students enjoyed two customized lessons on animal adaptation and bone pathology.

STEM/Science Night at Citrus Elementary

This annual event is always well attended. The 20 to 30 stations, each hosted by Science Club members, parents, and/or volunteers, provide learning opportunities for all ages.

Walking to field trip to Brookhollow Farm

Even though the strawberries were suffering the ill effects of fluctuations in the weather, the children were able to learn about hydroponic gardening and pathogens that cause crop damage.

Overnight camp out at the Orlando Science Center

Underwater robotics, star gazing, interacting with the current Science Center displays, and learning about electrical energy are just a few of the activities enjoyed by the kids on this wonderful outing.

Field trip to the Kennedy Space Center

The Space Center provides the students with a glimpse into future possibilities. Not only do they tour the Center and enjoy the activities they are also provided with a customized hand-on lesson.

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.

--Albert Einstein, Theoretical Physicist