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We’re a space where kids can explore science, technology, engineering, arts and math with fun, hands-on activities and always with a focus on learning. We provide inquiry-based workshops, after-school programs, camps and birthday parties where kids use their own natural curiosity to make discoveries about the world around them. Kids aged 5 to 14 will uncover the dynamic, engaging subjects of STEAM through projects featuring robotics, engineering, computer coding and more. We prepare kids to work independently and together to solve complex problems, which equip them for the current technology-based world.

Our Mission

We seek to tap into children’s natural desire to experiment and explore. The best learning is done with hands-on, authentic activities where kids are allowed to use their imagination and take risks. We believe science, technology, engineering, arts and math aren't just for guys in white coats. it’s for everyone. We strive to instill that belief in our students and in their endless abilities to learn, create and achieve their goals.

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South Surrey & White Rock




latest News

Grand Opening at Richmond !

STEAMBOAT Richmond Branch opens on June 9th ! 

May 30, 2018

Summer Camp Registration Starts Now !

Hurry and Don’t Miss Out ! 

May 29, 2018

Interactive Math Classes are being offered at the South Surrey/White Rock Branch. 

Come and Check it out ! 

May 28, 2018

​What is STEAM?

In short, STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Taken together, these subjects are the foundations of fields from healthcare to computer programming and are vital components of modern education. However, integrating these studies gives children skills useful in any subject, including critical thinking, inquiry, problem-solving and creativity.


Learning STEAM is perfectly suited to children’s natural desires to explore, experiment and get a little messy. STEAM fields are growing around the country and are responsible for some of the most exciting and game-changing discoveries of the 21st century. Getting kids engaged in STEAM early on gives them the confidence to try new things, take risks, advocate for their education and participate in authentic learning just like scientists in the field.

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